How COVID is changing STEM instruction

STEM learning has evolved, and institutions are faced with the challenge of navigating a new era in post-pandemic instruction

COVID ushered forth a dramatic and immediate change in learning–namely, a massive pivot to online learning. Faced with closing physical campus classrooms, colleges and universities took quick stock of their online capabilities in order to sustain learning.

And now, with students back on campus and with lecture halls full once more, the question remains: What did higher ed learn from COVID, and what STEM teaching and learning strategies should remain in place as we creep back toward normalcy?

Make time for this eCampus News webinar featuring a panel of experts who will discuss the four categories of STEM learning and how institutions can meet the changing needs of STEM instruction on campus.

Laura Ascione

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