The Role of Technology in STEM Education in 2020 and Beyond
In this Whitepaper you’ll discover
The value that STEM-focused learning brings to traditional classrooms is immense. The first of them is interdisciplinary learning, which means that students understand the application of the concepts they study and practice. STEM promotes this by introducing technology-related innovation and project-based learning and teaching to the curriculum.
STEM-based learning has to go beyond tokenism and serve only students from ascendant sections of the society. Informal instruction has to also be brought into the mix, so that problem-solving skills thus promoted can indeed be applied to real-world situations.
This paper will cover:
How STEM education can help us move closer to bridging the talent gaps
How STEM learning promotes technology-related innovation and project-based learning to the curriculum
How STEM education holds limitless potential for learners in terms of work-readiness skills and better all-round development