Engaging students in science, technology, engineering and math requires more than classroom lectures and traditional textbooks. To get students to see the fascinating potential of chemistry, robotics and other subjects, schools need to connect students with working scientists and innovators, as well as take advantage of STEM immersion programs and opportunities available through local museums, zoos and aquariums, Stephen Coan, president of the Sea Research Foundation, writes in this blog post.
New approach to teaching can boost student interest in STEM
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