STEM schools’ approach to education is designed to revolutionize the teaching of subject areas such as mathematics and science by incorporating technology and engineering into regular curriculum by creating a “meta-discipline.” STEM stands for Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics. This program was started by Judith A. Ramaley, former director of the National Science Foundation’s education and human resources division.
STEM Education attempts to transform the classroom by encouraging a curriculum that is driven by problem-solving, discovery, exploratory learning, that requires students to actively engage in a situation in order to find its solution.
For more information:
Click here for upcoming trainings in STEM