Present and Future of STEM Training: Challenges and Defiance


  • URSULA ANDREA HARMAN CANALLE Pontifical Catholic University of Peru


Science, Society Learning, STEM.


Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) training is well known to have an impact on people's education and future employment. In the educational field, STEM knowledge is crucial to strengthen those indispensable skills of today, such as creativity and innovation, problem solving, critical thinking, digital literacy, among others. Such learned knowledge and skills also increase students' interest and motivation to pursue STEM-related careers, which are vital in today's workforce.


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Author Biography

URSULA ANDREA HARMAN CANALLE, Pontifical Catholic University of Peru




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How to Cite

HARMAN CANALLE, U. A. (2021). Present and Future of STEM Training: Challenges and Defiance. Sociología Y Tecnociencia, 11(Extra_1), I. Retrieved from