How to expand STEM learning opportunities

01/9/2014 | KQED.org

The depth and breadth of science, technology, engineering and math education at K-12 schools can be increased by creating opportunities for teachers to do more research and collaborate to exchange ideas, as well as by including more parents and STEM professionals in the conversation, writes Matt Levinson, an educator at Marin Country Day School in California. In this blog post, he offers 10 recommendations, including the creation of STEM-related clubs and expanding the use of Skype to connect students to scientists in labs and their experiments.

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