Why STEM education works in informal learning environments

05/29/2013 | SmartBrief/SmartBlog on Education

Exposing students to informal opportunities in science, technology, engineering and math could be part of the solution to ensuring equity and diversity in STEM fields, suggests Doug Haller, principal of Haller STEM Education Consulting. In this blog post, he writes about the findings of researchers who found that "informal education environments often succeed where formal environments do not because constraints on learning and teaching are different."

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