Hands-on learning plays central role in memorable STEM lessons

10/16/2013 | New York Times (tiered subscription model), The

Dissection, DNA extraction and computer coding are a few key elements of students' most-memorable lessons in science, technology, engineering and math. Students submitted these and other responses as part of a New York Times contest. Judges -- all former educators -- said hands-on learning played a leading role in most of the 406 entries.

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