How to help students take the lead to improve STEM instruction

09/12/2013 | New York Times (tiered subscription model), The

Engaging students in a discussion about their most memorable experiences in science and math lessons opens the door for students to generate their own ideas for improving instruction. The writers of this lesson plan suggest asking students about their most memorable experiences of learning math and science -- good or bad. From there, students can share their thoughts to determine if common themes emerge, leading students to a project to improve STEM education at their school.

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