It can be difficult to impart to the students of today that no matter where they look, science is there. Science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) impacts our daily lives at every turn. Even in the beginning grades, it is essential to teach the simplest basics in order to construct a firm basis upon which to build in the future.
Engineering can help students with their math and science skills, and vice versa. And there’s no better way to drive home this type of an education than with modern technology. When you use advanced methods of ed-tech, you talk to students on their level. No matter how much technology may make you uneasy, rest assured, your students have a complete understanding of all things new, advanced, and technological (as it applies to them in their lives). It’s time to step into the 21st century.