Perfect back-to-school reading for educators and parents alike.
Written by the LabLerner founder, this book explains the neurocognitive basis for STEM education success. It describes several different ways to think about STEM and even more ways to infuse STEM into the curriculum.
Before setting out to develop a STEM program for our students, we must be sure that we have a firm and shared understanding of what STEM actually is. Importantly, STEM curricula should not diminish the rigor of either the Science or Mathematics curriculum. On the contrary, it should strengthen them, magnify their applications and inspire students to explore further STEM studies and consider STEM careers.