STEM education gives students the ability to exercise their curiosity and creativity as well as develop their problem solving skills. It’s a very hands on learning experience and allows students to think about the world we live in.
A typical STEM class may involve students learning to code their own robotic bumble bee, fly our drones, undertake coding on an iPad or creating a scientific experiment with recycled materials and household ingredients.
STEM classes are hands-on, with problem solving and collaboration essential in their design. Students create, design, measure, make and learn during the classes and into the wider world too.