The Utah Governor's Office of Economic Development and the STEM Action Center recently hosted training for 150 teachers who were taught to use technologies that are intended to help close achievement gaps and increase college-readiness in math. Among other things, the program used computer and tablet-based learning and taught best practices for instruction in science, technology, engineering and math. "In our global economy, we need to focus on STEM if we want to fill the jobs of tomorrow," said Meredith Mannebach, program director for the STEM Action Center.
Utah teachers learn best practices for STEM instruction
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