Superpower? The Wearable-Tech Revolution

This board is all about SUPERPOWER? THE WEARABLE-TECH REVOLUTION (Orca Book Publishers), a STEM/STEAM book for middle grade readers by Elaine Kachala…
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Superpower? A 2024 Finalist! AAAS/Subaru SB&F Prizes for Excellence in Science Books!
A middle-grade book you won't want to miss! "Overall, Superpower? aims to inspire a new generation of wearable-tech creators, while reminding aspiring designers to consider the potential pitfalls and misuses of their work as an essential part of the development process." Marc S. Lavine, Science. Please visit Elaine Kachala's website for more information about Superpower? The Wearable-Tech Revolution. (elainekachala.com)
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Help Kids Explore The Next Tech Frontier - Wearable Technology!
This FREE NGSS & CCSS aligned Guide accompanies Elaine Kachala’s BEST STEM Book, Superpower? The Wearable-Tech Revolution, reading age 9 to 12, grade 4 to 7. The book and guide are terrific STEM / STEAM resource for teachers, librarians, and homeschooling parents. Please visit Elaine Kachala's website to download.
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Young Inventors Design Technology
Young inventors are creating wearable technology to improve people’s lives. But they know that technology has a dark side. Learn more about their ethical worries in Elaine Kachala’s book for middle grade readers, Superpower? The Wearable-Tech Revolution. Please visit elainekachala.com
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Virtual Reality - What are the Pros & Cons?
The benefits are real, but so are the risks! Help middle grade readers in grades 4 to 7, ages 9 to 12, discover the pros and cons of VR in Elaine Kachala’s book Superpower? The Wearable-Tech Revolution. Please visit Elaine’s website to learn more. elainekachala.com
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Can Innovation Go Too Far?
Inventors, engineers, scientists, and designers want to create responsible technology. Help young readers discover the BIG questions inventors ask themselves. Middle grade readers will uncover the pros and cons of technology in Elaine Kachala’s book, Superpower? The Wearable-Tech Revolution. Please visit Elaine’s website to learn more. elainekachala.com
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Wearable Technology is the Next Tech Frontier!
This FREE NGSS & CCSS aligned Guide accompanies Elaine Kachala’s BEST STEM Book, Superpower? The Wearable-Tech Revolution, reading age 9 to 12, grade 4 to 7. The book and guide are terrific STEM / STEAM resource for teachers, librarians, and homeschooling parents. Please visit Elaine Kachala's website to download.
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Let's Talk!
What if the same technologies that help and heal us also pose ethical problems? In Elaine Kachala’s award-winning BEST STEM Book K-12, young readers will learn about how inventors are asking BIG questions: Just because we can, should we? Can innovation go too far? How do we design responsible technology? Learn more at elainekachala.com.
This board is all about SUPERPOWER? THE WEARABLE-TECH REVOLUTION (Orca Book Publishers), an engaging, thought-provoking nonfiction STEM/STEAM book by Elaine Kachala. In it, middle grade readers learn all about wearable technology. SUPERPOWERS…OR SUPER-PROBLEMS? The book spotlights engineers, scientists, designers, and young inventors navigating the next tech frontier, exploring technology's pros and cons, and asking BIG questions: Just because we can, should we? Can innovation go too far? How do we design responsible technology? Learn more at elainekachala.com and download a free NGSS & CCSS aligned Teacher’s Guide. Science Teacher
Superpower? The Wearable-Tech Revolution
This board is all about SUPERPOWER? THE WEARABLE-TECH REVOLUTION (Orca Book Publishers), an engaging, thought-provoking nonfiction STEM/STEAM book by Elaine Kachala. In it, middle grade readers learn all about wearable technology. SUPERPOWERS…OR SUPER-PROBLEMS? The book spotlights engineers, scientists, designers, and young inventors navigating the next tech frontier, exploring technology's pros and cons, and asking BIG questions: Just because we can, should we? Can innovation go too far? How do we design responsible technology? Learn more at elainekachala.com and download a free NGSS & CCSS aligned Teacher’s Guide.
This board is all about SUPERPOWER? THE WEARABLE-TECH REVOLUTION (Orca Book Publishers), an engaging, thought-provoking nonfiction STEM/STEAM book by Elaine Kachala. In it, middle grade readers learn all about wearable technology. SUPERPOWERS…OR SUPER-PROBLEMS? The book spotlights engineers, scientists, designers, and young inventors navigating the next tech frontier, exploring technology's pros and cons, and asking BIG questions: Just because we can, should we? Can innovation go too far? How do we design responsible technology? Learn more at elainekachala.com and download a free NGSS & CCSS aligned Teacher’s Guide.
Superpower? The Wearable-Tech Revolution
This board is all about SUPERPOWER? THE WEARABLE-TECH REVOLUTION (Orca Book Publishers), an engaging, thought-provoking nonfiction STEM/STEAM book by Elaine Kachala. In it, middle grade readers learn all about wearable technology. SUPERPOWERS…OR SUPER-PROBLEMS? The book spotlights engineers, scientists, designers, and young inventors navigating the next tech frontier, exploring technology's pros and cons, and asking BIG questions: Just because we can, should we? Can innovation go too far? How do we design responsible technology? Learn more at elainekachala.com and download a free NGSS & CCSS aligned Teacher’s Guide.
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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 useful STEM/STEAM resource for, teachers, librarians, and homeschooling parents. Please visit Elaine Kachala's website to download.
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Get Brainstorming! Activity for Kids
This FREE STEM / STEAM activity is for middle graders. It goes along with Elaine Kachala's book, Superpower? The Wearable-Tech Revolution, but it can also be used without the book. The activity walks kids through six steps to get started inventing a wearable device. It includes the Engineering and design Process (EDP), Human-Centered Design Thinking, and the concepts of responsible design. Please visit Elaine Kachala's website to download.