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Teachers! Kids! Parents! Meet Authors at TeachingBooks Blog
Did you know that TeachingBooks has almost 360,000 resources for you about children's and young adult books? Did you also know that each month Teaching Books also features a guest author so you can meet them. Please visit school.teachingbooks.net and meet Elaine Kachala, author of Superpower? The Wearable-Tech Revolution. You'll want to learn more about this award-winning middle-grade, nonfiction book published by Orca Book Publishers.
The Red Cedar Book Award is "encouraging kids, families, and educators from across British Columbia to  read the Red Cedar Book Awards nominated non-fiction and fiction books , talk about, and vote for their favorite titles!" Superpower? The Wearable-Tech Revolution by Elaine Kachala was a FINALIST!! British Columbia, Books, Fox And Rabbit, Wearable Tech, The Eighth Day, Book Awards, Red Cedar, Fiction Books, Columbia
Red Cedar Book Awards! Great Books Judged by Kids!!
The Red Cedar Book Award is "encouraging kids, families, and educators from across British Columbia to read the Red Cedar Book Awards nominated non-fiction and fiction books , talk about, and vote for their favorite titles!" Superpower? The Wearable-Tech Revolution by Elaine Kachala was a FINALIST!!
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2024 AAAS/Subaru SB&F Prize for Excellence in Science Books!
Loooking for fabulous science books for kids? Check out this list! AAAS/Subaru says, "the Prize celebrates outstanding science writing and illustration for children and young adults and is meant to encourage the writing and publishing of high-quality science books for all ages." Superpower? The Wearable-Tech Revolution by Elaine Kachala was a 2024 FINALIST!
NSTA says, "Best STEM Books winners explore problems and possible solutions in the scientific world and, where applicable, in the lives of the protagonists. Instead of focusing on specific content, the Best STEM Books emphasize real-world issues that cross disciplinary boundaries." Superpower? The Wearable-Tech Revolution by Elaine Kachala's was a 2023 NSTA Best STEM Book! Stem Books, Science Teaching, Science Teacher, Teaching Science, Super Powers, Boundaries, Science
National Science Teaching Association's (NSTA) Best STEM Books K-12
NSTA says, "Best STEM Books winners explore problems and possible solutions in the scientific world and, where applicable, in the lives of the protagonists. Instead of focusing on specific content, the Best STEM Books emphasize real-world issues that cross disciplinary boundaries." Superpower? The Wearable-Tech Revolution by Elaine Kachala's was a 2023 NSTA Best STEM Book!
The Engineering and Design Process (EDP) and Human-Centered Design are vital problem-solving tools, but responsible design requires more. Teachers, librarians, homeschooling parents, and families will find Elaine Kachala's book, Superpower? The Wearable-Tech Revolution to be an essential STEM/STEAM resource for middle grade readers. Learn more and download FREE TEACHER's GUIDE! elainekachala.com Rules And Laws, Human Centered Design, Stem Steam, Independent Reading, Free Teacher, Design Books, Reading Classroom
Hungry for Engineering & Design Books for Kids?
The Engineering and Design Process (EDP) and Human-Centered Design are vital problem-solving tools, but responsible design requires more. Teachers, librarians, homeschooling parents, and families will find Elaine Kachala's book, Superpower? The Wearable-Tech Revolution to be an essential STEM/STEAM resource for middle grade readers. Learn more and download FREE TEACHER's GUIDE! elainekachala.com
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Thousands of Canadian-authored Kids & YA Books!
At 49th Kids you'll find an incredible resource list of outstanding books written by Canadian authors. Superpower? The Wearable-Tech Revolution by Elaine Kachala is one of the showcased books! Please visit elainekachala.com for more information
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Superpower? A 2024 Finalist! AAAS/Subaru SB&F Prizes for Excellence in Science Books!
This FREE Educator's Guide accompanies the book Superpower? The Wearable-Tech Revolution, reading age 9 to 12, grade 4 to 7. It will be a helpful STEM / STEAM resource for teachers, librarians, and homeschooling parents. Please visit Elaine Kachala's website to download (elainekachala.com).
"Introduce your kids to the fascinating world of wearable technology with "Superpower? The Wearable-Tech Revolution" by Elaine Kachala. Kachala masterfully places exoskeletons in the context of Industry 4.0 and the global wearables revolution. The book also addresses crucial ethical questions..." Read more at exoskeletonreport.com Wearable Technology, Ethical Questions, Book Highlight, Leveled Readers, Short Books, Award Winning Books, Research Paper, Event Calendar
Exoskeleton Report Highlights Superpower? The Wearable Tech Revolution
"Introduce your kids to the fascinating world of wearable technology with "Superpower? The Wearable-Tech Revolution" by Elaine Kachala. Kachala masterfully places exoskeletons in the context of Industry 4.0 and the global wearables revolution. The book also addresses crucial ethical questions..." Read more at exoskeletonreport.com
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Human-Centered Design Thinking & Responsible Design
Why is empathy the first step? Designers use human-centered design thinking to guide their problem-solving. Middle-grade students can learn about how this important process is an important step in designing responsible technology. Please visit elainekachala.com to learn more about her award-winning book, Superpower? The Wearable-Tech Revolution.
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The Engineering and Design Process (EDP) & Responsible Design
Engineers use the EDP to guide their problem-solving. Middle- grade students can learn about how this important process is an important step in designing responsible technology. Please visit elainekachala.com to learn more about her award-winning book, Superpower? The Wearable-Tech Revolution.
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How do inventors design responsible technology?
The Engineering and Design Process (EDP) and Human-Centered Design are vital problem-solving tools, but responsible design requires more. Teachers, librarians, homeschooling parents, and families will find Elaine Kachala's book, Superpower? The Wearable-Tech Revolution to be an essential STEM/STEAM resource for middle grade readers. Learn more and download free resources at elainekachala.com
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NGSS & CCSS Aligned Discussion & Activity Guide
This FREE Educator's Guide accompanies the book Superpower? The Wearable-Tech Revolution, reading age 9 to 12, grade 4 to 7. It will be a helpful STEM / STEAM resource for teachers, librarians, and homeschooling parents. Please visit Elaine Kachala's website to download.
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Award-winning Science Books for Kids
The AAAS/Subaru Prize For Excellence in Science Books Honors the best in science books for children & young adults. In 2024, Elaine Kachala's Superpower? The Wearable-Tech Revolution was a Finalist for the Middle Grade Science Book Award! Teachers, librarians, and homeschooling parents who are looking for outstanding science books for young readers will be interested in this list of award-winning books.
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Award-winning Books for Kids!
The Young Readers' Choice Awards Society of British Columbia encourages kids, families, and educators from across British Columbia to read, talk about, and vote for their favorite titles. Teachers, librarians, homeschooling parents, and families who are looking for inspirational and engaging books for kids will want to check out this the Red Cedar Book Awards lists for outstanding books. In 2024, Elaine Kachala’s book, Superpower? The Wearable-Tech Revolution was shortlisted!
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NGSS & CCSS Aligned Discussion & Activity Guide
This FREE Educator's Guide accompanies the book Superpower? The Wearable-Tech Revolution, reading age 9 to 12, grade 4 to 7. It will be a helpful STEM / STEAM resource for teachers, librarians, and homeschooling parents. Please visit Elaine Kachala's website to download.