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Students build satellites as educators show greater focus on upgrading STEM education

Education Dive – Shalina Chatlani

“New and innovative ways of getting students excited about STEM subjects, such as working with NASA to help students build satellites, is part of a greater emphasis on hands-on learning which is taking off around the country. An American Institutes for Research’s “STEM 2026″ report released last year outlined a vision over the next 10 years for STEM curriculum and recommended six key focus areas. These include creating engaged and networked communities of practice, developing accessible learning activities, providing experiences with interdisciplinary approaches to problem solution, utilitizing flexible learning spaces, fostering innovative ways of learning, and promoting an environment of diversity.”(more)

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