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STEM education doesn't have to be intimidating--here's how to work it into everyday teaching and learning

Why STEM is more important for students than ever


STEM education doesn't have to be intimidating--here's how to work it into everyday teaching and learning

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Innovations in Education
The state of play in STEM education
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Science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) has long been a popular acronym in education circles. Providing teachers with the tools and techniques to deliver these subjects to students has never been more important. In this podcast, Lauren Tarshis, SVP Editor-in-Chief & Publisher, Classroom Magazine Division, Scholastic Magazines+, and Patty Janes, Vice President, Science, Math, and Art at Scholastic, break down how one of the world’s great curriculum providers approaches STEM subjects and provide insights on how teachers can integrate these concepts into everyday teaching and learning.

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