Technology and the global market is changing with greater speed—such as driverless cars, automated vending machines, bionic human prosthesis, and farming robots that weed and seed. Despite these changes that will demand new skills for the workplace, public education has remained essentially static. Khine suggests if teachers from the nineteenth century were invited into the classroom, they would have no problem teaching our students because most schools are still using the same practices they have always used in the past, such as not requiring students to acquire critical thinking and reasoning skills, and connect their learning to their lives.
How to Cite:
Taylor, R. (2019). Book Review: Robotics in STEM education: Redesigning the learning experience. Journal of Technology Education, 30(2), 116–119. DOI: http://doi.org/10.21061/jte.v30i2.a.7