Embedding digital tools into STEM teaching creates more authentic learning and assessment, and can change classroom culture, so students feel empowered to develop ideas.

Times Higher Education asked a panel of experts and decision-makers from higher education how learning and development in STEM education is evolving.

Listen to the panel discuss how:

  • digital learning has enabled the development of activities personalized to the student’s ability
  • the advantages and disadvantages of moving to digital learning for STEM subjects
  • what faculty need to take advantage of digital learning tools

Meet the Presenters

Sibel Erduran

Professor of Science Education and Director of Research

Dr. Joel Haddley

Lecturer, Mathematical Sciences, University of Liverpool

Amy Kimchuk

Senior Lecturer, Mathematics at University of the Sciences

Louise Krmpotic

Vice President, Educational Enterprise