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Invisible integration of science, technology, engineering and math into the classroom

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3 Author(s)
Levin, D.R. ; Chesapeake Bay Office, NOAA, Annapolis, MD, USA ; Trembanis, A. ; Petrecca, R.

The paper presents several successful programs that can be used in teaching Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) to students. The key to this is to teach the content by making it hands-on and invisibly integrating technical jargon into the lessons. Active, tactile learning exercises are widely regarded for the enhanced stimulation and memory development that they foster.

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OCEANS 2009, MTS/IEEE Biloxi - Marine Technology for Our Future: Global and Local Challenges

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26-29 Oct. 2009