STEM often tackles complex problems while looking to create solutions. However, often the greatest achievements in STEM do not come from an individual but rather a team. Some quick tips:
Solve community challenges through projects
Embrace failure and encourage learning from mistakes
Give students time to create
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STEM Education Works influences students in grades 6-12 to become better problem solvers, creative and critical thinkers, and collaborators – skills that are necessary in the workforce and all areas of life.