Publicis Puts Its Upfront In Muszynski's Hands

Lafayette, Jon
April 2016
Broadcasting & Cable;4/25/2016, Vol. 146 Issue 16, p25
The author reflects on the Science, technology, engineering & mathematics (STEM) education which begins with child birth. Topics discussed include childcare programs illustrating four components of STEM education; experimentation by children based on their observation; creation of relationship between the dolls and pretend drinks under mathematical concept; and learning in the STEM areas.


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