Will the evolution of STEM education produce a more advanced generation of EEs?
from All About Circuits
From new teaching strategies to innovative equipment, STEM is positioned for growth. What does this mean for the next generation of engineers? The need for additional applicants in STEM fields continues to rise, and students who begin these studies earlier are better equipped to fulfill these roles. From programming robots to working with satellites and remote vehicles, students are more interested than ever in STEM programs, which offer more real-world experience and interactivity than more traditional methods of education. And, as companies and researchers collaborate to meet the unique needs of STEM in the classroom, teachers are getting onboard, too.
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