What would make a big difference in improving manufacturing education?
Posted by Bert Maes on January 31, 2011
The Center for the Future of Teaching and Learning recently conducted a public opinion research. One of the questions was: “What would make a big difference in improving science education?”
The results speak for themselves, and in my view can be generalized to CNC manufacturing education:
- more resources for labs, better equipment and more supportive materials,
- more specialized training for teachers
- and more time for adequately teaching the subject to fully engage students in a strong program.
42% of people surveyed say that classrooms do not have the resources and equipment needed for STEM education…
>> Dear reader: what is your opinion on this???