An interest in science, technology, engineering and math may not be enough to motivate students to complete a STEM degree, Paul Cottle, a professor of physics at Florida State University, writes in this commentary. He notes that teaching practices need to change if colleges want to graduate more STEM majors. For example, "active learning" and "guided inquiry" can help keep students engaged, he writes.
How can colleges graduate more STEM majors?
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