My College Guide has pointed out the unique trends affecting education majors before, and when we watched this education video, we knew we had to share! It’s no secret that here in the US children are lagging behind when it comes to anything STEM related (that’s science, technology, engineering, and mathematics).
But education majors at St. Catherine’s University have a unique opportunity to regain a comfort level with math, science, etc. that, for many of them, they’ve never even had before – and afterward, they will be able to successfully pass that confidence and enthusiasm along to the children they teach in an effort to turn around the current trend.
The National Center for STEM Elementary Education at St. Kate’s is changing the way elementary teachers will teach! St. Catherine’s University is the first to create an engineering course for elementary education majors, to let any student have a STEM minor, and, of course, to require all elementary education majors to complete the three course STEM certificate!
Watch St. Catherine University’s National Center for STEM Elementary Education on YouTube or below. St. Kate’s is treating education majors a whole new way. My College Guide is excited about the prospect!
Special thanks to JCMichener on Twitter for bring this fabulous video to our attention.
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