As schools find themselves in more and more uncertain situations because of the global pandemic, the need for flexible STEM learning becomes even more paramount. Responsive and intentional lesson planning, technology and equipment application, creativity, and fun will be some of the key ingredients to building a successful STEM experience regardless of where and when you're students study STEM. Join Desmond Martin, Program Coordinator for NextWaveSTEM, as he discusses a hybrid STEM response for an unprecedented time.
- Explore ways that STEM courses can be delivered in both in-person learning experiences and remotely
- Develop a framework for planning that provides instructional options