Kids develop STEM habits in the classroom, but they spend most of their time outside of school. That’s where parents and other adults can help to inspire, support, and continue their children’s STEM learning. Anne Jolly’s tip-filled letter to caregivers can help.
Category: Parents & STEM
How can we do more to educate parents about STEM? Anne Jolly searches for a workable information model in her latest post at STEM Imagineering.
Parents can kindle children’s interest in the excitement of STEM learning – then help keep the fire burning – says blogger Anne Jolly. She has 10 tips.