What will the future of education look like?
Scientific American’s August supplement takes a look at the changing landscape of education in the face of emerging technology, and asks the question, how do we increase interest and engagement in STEM initiatives? Learning in the Digital Age tackles issues of using big data to better understand students, the validity of online courses, and the need for new pedagogical methods. These themes were echoed in yesterday’s Second Annual Executive STEM Summit hosted by Scientific American and Macmillan Education where the message was overwhelmingly clear: if we want to see greater engagement in STEM, we must be willing to reimagine learning, along with the priorities and legacies we assign to it.
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