Becoming a STEM teacher means accepting the need to change traditional teaching methods and release control as students become more self-reliant learners, says science educator Anne Jolly. "When they have their imagination piqued, give them opportunities to actually investigate multiple possible solutions to a problem, or to solve a mystery." At her STEM Imagineering blog, Jolly identifies 10 best practices of STEM teachers, drawing on research and her own considerable experience. Read more.
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