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Schools Shift from STEM to STEAM

Schools Shift from STEM to STEAM | STEM at the library | Scoop.it
3D printers, sophisticated software and other technologies are helping many schools incorporate the arts into their STEM curricula.
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3D printers, sophisticated software and other technologies are helping many schools incorporate the arts into their STEM curricula.
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Enough with the lecturing | National Science Foundation

Enough with the lecturing | National Science Foundation | STEM at the library | Scoop.it
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significantly greater number of students fail science, engineering and math courses that are taught lecture-style than fail in classes incorporating so-called active learning that expects them to participate in discussions and problem-solving beyond what they've memorized

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Some Essential Components of True STEM Programs | MiddleWeb

Some Essential Components of True STEM Programs | MiddleWeb | STEM at the library | Scoop.it
Are there components that must always be in place for something to earn the STEM program label? STEM curriculum expert Anne Jolly identifies two.
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1. Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math must all be in the mix. In any STEM program, all four disciplines in the STEM acronym must be present in lessons and activities, and integrated (woven tightly together; interdependent) throughout the learning. 1. Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math must all be in the mix. In any STEM program, all four disciplines in the STEM acronym must be present in lessons and activities, and integrated (woven tightly together; interdependent) throughout the learning. 1. Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math must all be in the mix. In any STEM program, all four disciplines in the STEM acronym must be present in lessons and activities, and integrated (woven tightly together; interdependent) throughout the learning.

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