Literacy in S.T.E.M. Education
Society’s future needs require more scientists, technicians, engineers, and mathematicians than ever. This will require a population highly educated in STEM fields in order to resolve societal changes brought about by advances in science and technology, to achieve greater economic progress for both developed and developing nations, and to satisfy each individual’s personal needs to become a fulfilled, productive citizen. How can we best ensure that today’s students have met both basic and expert literacy in STEM fields in order to address these needs?
Missouri S&T’s Teaching and Learning Technology conference is an excellent forum in which to share your ideas on this broad and complex topic!