Thursday, September 17, 2015

Report Outlines How Rural Teachers Can Help Teach Kids STEM.

Education Week (9/15, Mader) outlines a new report by nonprofit Education Northwest that provides four recommendations on how to prepare rural students for STEM careers. First, educators can help students learn STEM skills, e.g. data collection for a farmer. Second, rural schools can work together to offer online STEM courses. Third, rural schools can partner with technology companies to provide access to “authentic STEM projects.” Fourth, teachers can partner with graduate students for help with STEM lessons and projects.

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