The “Draw-a-Scientist” test for children was developed by David Wade Chambers and researcher David Miller’s has led a recent meta-analysis of 20,000 drawings from the last fifty years. The results from the meta-analysis are that only 28% of scientists depicted were females. There is still a long way to go in broadening cultural perceptions of what science is and who can do it.
This book is best for parents who love to read to their kids at night! The illustrations make the book accessible to readers of all ages, recommended for 8-14 years old. The independent reading level for this book is 3rd grade and up with its introduction of science vocabulary.
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Start by checking out the interactive pull-outs in the book which challenge students to think or create. Ask students to do further research on one of the Superheroes. The authors offer both in person or virtual author encounters get in touch! The best way is to email us at email@example.com. Visit www.erinedu.org to learn more about the types of author visits.
Explore your school or public libraries for other diverse non-fiction STEM books. From picture books to chapter books, even board books, there are so many STEM topics to explore. We recommend visiting the National Science Teachers Association (NSTA) annual reviews of the best STEM books in various categories.
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