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Visit classrooms across the curriculum, meet with those teachers to brainstorm.

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Hang out in other people's classrooms, ask them what energizes their students, then later, meet as a group to brainstorm, discover connections, bounce ideas, propose projects. 

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This remind me of www.cultofpedagogy.com/pineapple-charts/
Have you tried it in your school? How do you think it could have an impact on STEM teaching and learning?

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Margaret Powers that is a great article, I've never seen that before. Great starting place for this idea. It would be cool to think about what this idea would look like in practice.  You are asking some great questions. It would be fun to start fleshing this idea out in more detail.