STEM in Science Education and S in STEM: From Pedagogy to Learning
Heba El Deghaidy, Chair of the Department of International and Comparative Education co-edited a book titled STEM in Science Education and S in STEM: From Pedagogy to Learning.
The book presents an international perspective on the influence of cultural issues on STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) reform. Effective STEM education is of considerable importance internationally, due to the increased pressure by governments to produce technically skilled individuals from the compulsory education sectors, people capable of participating actively in the so-called “knowledge economy” or knowledge society. An important and distinguishing feature of the book is that it draws upon the empirical experiences and research of local experts from a widely diverse cohort across the world.
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