Certifying Success: Preparing Students for the 21st Century Workplace

Wednesday, April 4, 2018
4:30 pm   -   5:30 pm
Room: 204C

Success in the 21st century workplace will be dependent on not just STEM literacy, but mastery of the underlying content and of STEM skills. The GSA STEM Education Framework is a set of research-based best practices designed to foster student development in areas including critical thinking, creativity, and collaboration. It provides a framework and guide for educators to best prepare their students to succeed. Learn about how this curricula can help develop students who are prepared for the rigors of the new economy.

– Celina Morgan-Standard, Senior Vice President, Global Business Development, The New York Academy of Sciences

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