Focusing on the Problem in STEM Education – Dr John K. Coleman, Langston University

Nov 8, 2018 | stem education

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The modern workforce needs to be more science educated than ever, yet the number of students in higher education enrolled in scientific subjects has not increased. Dr John Coleman at Langston University, Oklahoma, is developing novel methods for teaching scientific concepts that engage students in critical problem-solving skills. His research is increasing retention in scientific undergraduate degrees and is laying the groundwork for a transformative method of science teaching.



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