The language of STEM needs to resonate with students

01/16/2013 | Huffington Post, The

Speaking about science, technology, engineering and math education in dry, technical language may be keeping students from being inspired by the opportunities and excitement that can be associated with STEM innovation, author Angela Maiers writes in this blog post. She offers three specific steps educators should follow when talking about STEM, including clearing up ambiguities and painting a vivid picture of what students can do in STEM fields.

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