“As a Computer Science graduate, tech professional, and intellectual property attorney, I’ve seen the struggles that highly talented STEM students (and even STEM professionals) experience when they have all of the best ideas and innovations, but lack effective communication skills. So after applying several public speaking best practices in my winning pitches for the Shark Tank: One Day and Nevada Governor’s Business Summit Pitch competitions, I’m happy to share 3 concrete tools and strategies teachers can use to help your STEM students effectively use their voices. ” – Colin Seale, 3 Tips for Helping All Students Become 21st Century Communicators
Click here to read thinkLaw’s entire article published by ASCD. The 3 strategies discussed in the article can be used to help students match their 21st Century STEM skills with 21st Century communication skills. Please share this post but clicking any of the sharing buttons below and feel free to add your ideas for helping students improve their presentation skills in the comments section!
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