Now more than ever the world need scientific discovery and technological innovation to address the significant challenges we face.
Finding solutions to these problems will take more than technical expertise. It also requires professionals who can think, analyze, reason, solve problems creatively, and communicate.
While some may be hesitant about teaching these skills in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) courses, that’s where students and society can reap multiple benefits from critical reflection.
Learn how you can help tomorrow’s professionals acquire these essential skills in How Can I Teach Critical Reflection in STEM Courses?, a Magna 20-Minute Mentor.