Report: Nontraditional technologies attract students to STEM

01/14/2013 | Education Week

In this blog post, guest blogger Victoria O'Dea highlights a recent report by the Center for Digital Education that focuses on specialized technologies educators can use to engage students in science, technology, engineering and math. Not only do tools such as virtual labs, robotics and gaming appeal to students, they also expose students to technology they may use in college and the workplace, according to the report's authors.

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