Moving STEM Education from False Perception to Experience

Moving STEM Education from False Perception to Experience By: Ashley Foster, Masam Mousavi, Ashley Taylor, Forey Frank, and Ethan Taylor. Abstract: Many students lose interest in teaching or learning science because of distateful classroom environments learning about content for standardized test instead of experiencing the science of experiments using modern technology. In addition, when students are challenged to think, they are placed outside the comfort zone of the individual electronic world of the Web into a physical environment that forces them to engage in group learning by doing science, not rehearsing exercises. This method will work as student learners evaluate technology in cooperative learning exercises in learning communities, just as professional scientists work in learning communities.