The April 18, 2018 Jamaica Plain News article, “JP’s JFK STEM Innovation School’s Pilot Program Honored by Non-Profit EdVestors”, shares about the John F. Kennedy STEM Innovation School’s pilot program presented at EdVestors’ 16th annual Showcase. From the article:
The John F. Kennedy STEM Innovation School shared results of its pilot program, Engineering Design in Literacy, that integrates the Engineering Design Process into their literacy curriculum, according to a press release. Through the program students design solutions and create functioning prototypes to address challenges faced by characters in the books they are reading. The pilot program includes a partnership with Tufts University’s Novel Engineering program, teachers and students to create solutions found in fiction and non-fiction books.