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Framework for Quality K-12 Engineering

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the paper talks about the article done by a number of authors including Tamara J. Moore, on the framework of k-12 education level.

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Title of the article:
A Framework for Quality K-12 Engineering Education.
Author of the article:
Tamara J. Moore, Aran W. Glancy, Kristina M. Tank, Jennifer A. Kersten, Karl A. Smith, and………………

Thesis statement of the article:
Develop a framework that may help in implementation and integration of quality engineering………………

The author gleamed their research from:
The authors got the hint of their research from the lack of quality, clear understanding and integration of STEM with engineering education in K-12 level thus leading to reduced interest in engineering…………………

This article is about:
The article talks about the research meant to develop a framework that constitute a quality engineering education in K-12 level, which can be used to evaluate the degree to which academic standards, curricula, and teaching address the important components of quality K-12 engineering education. Furthermore it explains design-based method to develop a framework that can be used in student level engineering…………………….

The purpose of the article is to:
The main purpose of this article is to come up with a clear definition of engineering at elementary and secondary schools, through framework development for creating, developing, evaluating engineering in K-12 level…………………

At the end of the paper the information that the author wants you to walk away with is:
Is that in most of the K-12 level schools there is no clear understanding on how teachers and schools implement design and engineering in class, as a result there is lack of interest in STEM education by students………………….

Is this article sound, yes or no and why?
Yes it is sound. This is because the STEM education is important in science and the real-world, thus the article talks about coming up with a framework that can help to implement and integrate engineering education in early stages in students education, which can lead to clear understanding and development of interest in STEM……………………………