Implementing STEM in the Classroom

Thu Feb 01, 2018 1:49 AM

STEM stands for (science, technology, engineering, mathematics). All of these subjects are highly important in children's education. They include subjects that are rich in numbers and hands on experiments. Now in days there are a lot of schools that are suffering in these specific subjects. One way to implement them in my classroom, would be by making the content age appropriate for the students. If the student does not understand the level of the content they will most likely not learn anything. I would make my lessons/activities children friendly and appealing to their eye, by grabbing their attention with a great hook at the beginning of the lessons. STEM are subjects that require a lot  of thinking are typically a challenge for all of the students, but it is up to us the educators to differentiate that for them. 

Henry Campos
Henry Campos
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