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Paper: Making the Case for the Total STEM Learning Ecosystem: Why Message Matters and Why the Old Ones are Killing Us
Volume: 500, Celebrating Science: Putting Education Best Practices to Work
Page: 19
Authors: Bartels, D.
Abstract: Many have argued that STEM is essential for all students for our national economic competitiveness and security; others for good citizenship. But these traditional frames miss the mark, and actually might do more harm than good. Dr. Bartels presented an alternative perspective and referenced some recent work on STEM communications strategies from the Frameworks Institute in Washington, D.C.
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