Maker movement: Bridging the gap between girls and STEM

See on Scoop.itUsing Technology to Transform Learning

Maker education allows girls to experience in a tangible way how they can apply STEM skills to solve real problems.

Norton Gusky‘s insight:

Lisa Abel-Palmieri from the Ellis School in Pittsburgh shares a variety of ways her school is engaging young women in STEAM activities.

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