The STEM Facilitator, Todd Dixon, says both students that "are" and "are not" academically driven have the "light bulb" moments in the STEM lab. Dixon also explains that if the students fail, it does not matter. It only matters that the students learn from their failures. They don't let the failure stop them from exploring, inventing and chasing ideas. No matter where the students end up, they've learned the process of solving problems.
Dr. Holbrook sees the SmartLab learning environment being at the forefront of how we chase education in the future.
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