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In the evolving landscape of education, the need for robust Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) skills has become increasingly paramount, particularly in higher education settings. This research aims to address the existing gap in the effectiveness of training methods employed to enhance these crucial skills among students in Indonesia. To achieve this objective, a qualitative research methodology was employed, involving a detailed analysis of various teaching strategies and their impact on student learning outcomes in STEM subjects. The study involved collecting data through in-depth interviews, participant observations, and review of existing literature on effective teaching methods in STEM education. The findings reveal a significant enhancement in students' STEM skills when exposed to interactive and practical learning approaches, as opposed to traditional lecture-based teaching. These methods include hands-on experiments, problem-based learning, and the integration of technology in classroom settings. The research underscores the importance of adapting teaching methods to cater to different learning styles, emphasizing the role of active learning and engagement in fostering deeper understanding and proficiency in STEM subjects. The results of this study are particularly relevant for educators and curriculum designers in higher education, offering insights into the effective strategies that can bridge the gap in STEM skill acquisition, thus preparing students more effectively for the challenges of the modern workforce.


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