Making STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) engaging and exciting for students still remains quite a challenge in our side of the world. Regarding our educational system for instance, most educators engage students in learning experiences in which they just read about Science as opposed to reading and actually “doing Science”.
Creative thinking and innovation in STEM education should be encouraged from early stages of education so it becomes the natural way of thinking. When innovation is encouraged, educators value ideas and provide opportunities for their students to share ideas and create.
Meet Keziah George, a young Materials Science and Engineering student at the University of Ghana, who believes in trying to solve issues that affect mankind through innovation. To read more on Kezia George, follow this link >>.