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Explore the importance of soft skills in STEM education

STEM education is crucial, but just memorizing formulas isn’t enough. This GESS article written by our CEO, Al Kingsley, highlights how EdTech can be a game-changer while arguing that soft skills are equally important.

By making learning interactive and engaging, EdTech can help students develop essential soft skills like communication, collaboration, and problem-solving alongside their STEM knowledge.

Imagine students working together on a virtual project to design a sustainable city! EdTech tools can help make this a reality, fostering both STEM knowledge and essential soft skills like collaboration and communication.

So, the next time you think about STEM education, remember it’s not just about the hard skills. Soft skills are essential too, and EdTech can be a powerful tool to help students develop them. Let’s equip students to thrive in a collaborative and innovative future!

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