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Using digital tools for engaging remote STEM instruction

Providing science and math content online can be relatively straightforward, but engaging students in true distance learning requires more than just transmittal of information. Secondary students in particular need to be able to see and ask questions during remote STEM instruction, such as during laboratory experiments or when receiving feedback when developing their own solutions to math problems.

During a recent edWebinar, two experienced teachers explained how they made the transition from teaching in a classroom to remote STEM instruction during the spring, and how they are prepared to teach online or in hybrid settings during the new school year.

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