Co-Measure: developing an assessment for student collaboration in STEAM activities

  title={Co-Measure: developing an assessment for student collaboration in STEAM activities},
  author={Danielle Herro and Cassie F. Quigley and Jessica Andrews and Girlie Delacruz},
  journal={International Journal of Stem Education},
BackgroundThe shortage of skilled workers choosing STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) careers in the USA and worldwide has fueled a movement towards STEAM, in which the “A” addresses the arts and humanities. [] Key Method Utilizing existing generalized frameworks of CPS provided the initial guide to direct research specific to CPS in STEAM activities.

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