3 Technologies that Foster Learning in STEM


Professor and editor of The Edvocate, Matthew Lynch, Ed.D., writes about the main resources that incorporate STEM learning.

In his Huffington Post article, he cites three technologies that educators can make use of to improve STEM in classrooms: virtual laboratories, in-class mobile devices, and television programming. As Lynch puts it, "Math, science and engineering are all intrinsically linked with technology. This gives educators an advantage with the current generation of K-12 students who arrive in Kindergarten classrooms with a technological edge."

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