Consider adaptive STEM program for high schoolers

By Jennifer Herseim, Education Daily┬«┬áNo matter what job a student takes after high school, he’ll probably need to use some form of technology, problem-solve, and communicate with others, according to transition coordinator Jodie Goldstein. These are all skills that students practice in science, technology, engineering, and math courses, she said.

Yet there are few programs adapted to meet the needs of students who cannot participate in a general ed STEM course even with the support of aids or services, Goldstein said. These students may need the content modified or the pace of activities adjusted to make it a meaningful learning experience, she said. More …

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