Science has always been a collaborative endeavor. From the
Wright brother's to Watson and Crick to the Human Genome project, working together to accomplish challenging goals is one of the trademarks of science. The importance of collaborative skills has become even more essential as technology allows scientists to work together from around the globe. Teaching students how to collaborate effectively should be an integral part of all science courses.
The purpose of my presentation and these pages is to provide inspiration, education and ammunition for STEM teachers to begin incorporating collaborative projects in their classrooms.
Please browse these pages, contribute to the ongoing
discussion, and help prepare the next generation of aviators, geneticists, and researchers.
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