Get Them To Talk About STEM During Classes
The world is obviously changing very fast with the advance of smart technologies, going from analog to digital mode.
So also should the education system of our schools.
Gone are those days when kids were taught “Obi is a boy,” or “A is for Apple,” or “verb is an action word.” What use are these things to them when they don’t actually need to know every subject off head any longer. With just a click on their computer or smartphone, they can have access to all the information they need from the internet.
With this new development in mind, it’s incumbent on teachers and STEM instructors to get the students to talk regularly about STEM subjects in their classroom to enable them get acquainted with the term and what it really entails in the material sense.
Also, students should be told stories of men and women who’ve made a remarkable impact in the STEM industry to inspire them to desire going into STEM and solving human problems. Professions like Physicist, Biochemists, Civil and Architectural Engineers, Automobile Technologists and Medical Laboratory Scientists should fill the classroom discussion.
By incorporating these STEM subjects and professionals in their classroom discussion students will be more willing to become more inclined to make career choices in those areas even at an early age.