What a STEM education looks like

July 29, 2014

These are the insights gained about what STEM education should look like after studying 5 schools.

It’s time to set aside the path of traditional education, especially when it comes to STEM education. Like these schools explored, what may be the most formative in the lives of potential STEM workers is a more dynamic, individual-focused and inclusive education. Some ideas mentioned in the infographic were making the most of where the schools were based and including parents and outside resources in the learning process along with creating a new kind of learning environment and process that is more interesting and individualized to students.

For an interesting perspective on STEM education, read this article.

For more information on this infographic, click here.

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