How to implement STEAM curriculum that makes an impact

 

By Jamie Turner

More than 75 percent of all jobs will require some expertise in STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering Arts Math) within the next decade. But there’s a problem. Only 10 percent of US teachers feel confident in teaching high-level technology skills.

We design and distribute STEAM curriculum that is used at tech camps from coast to coast. If you want your technical curriculum to provide value, here are some lessons we’ve learned.

Tech Education isn’t actually about using more tech in the classroom.

If your plan is for your students to stare at computer screens for the entire lesson — think again. 

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