- “That’s the point of STEM for students — to think critically, communicate, collaborate and problem-solve,” said Michelle Edwards, WCS technology coordinator.
- “It really helps them (students) to understand more of how to do things and using their common sense to build upon what they have learned and to have time to conference with one another about what they have done, to then reflect upon it and then create something even better,” said Michelann Rogers, Wells ES first-grade teacher. “They love it. It’s 100% better than sitting there and lecturing to them.” #WCSistheBEST #WCSlearncreateinspire Wilson Times Co.
Link to the article in The Wilson Times.