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In research as well as industry today, young professionals need core competencies such as the ability to think creatively and experiment rigorously to solve a problem, work collaboratively in teams, navigate uncertainty, and to accept failure as a pathway to success.
Changing schools from a focus on memorization and compliance to institutions of discovery, experimentation and deep learning has remained an elusive goal. Join us for a passionate conversation with leading scientists, educators and administrators on how we can re-invent science education today — and why we must.
Meet middle school students who have already successfully edited genes using the CRISPR technology; who are working with Boston University on a psychological study they design and run themselves; who are designing wearables for health in collaboration with a major Boston-based research group.
Experience new ways to learn at maker-stations run by students & teacher-facilitators.
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