Maker-movement

DIY is the future for STEM kids

Aug. 5, 2014

As the infographic instructs, don’t teach kids how to do everything, let them figure it out themselves!

It’s so easy for teachers now a days to not want to buy the equipment and invest in the materials necessary to let kids get their hands dirty and learn with their own two hands. But as the infographic shows, doing just that would not only benefit the kids and allow them a greater understanding of the ideas being taught, but they also could get more interested in being a STEM worker. With potential outcomes like those two, it’s clear that teachers and schools need to step up their game and open their eyes to the technologies available and change.

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