Science. Technology. Engineering. Mathematics.
What is STEM?
STEM stands for science, technology, engineering, and math. STEM education is a student-centered, inquiry-based interdisciplinary approach to learning. Embedding STEM learning into a curriculum allows our students to learn vital skills such as problem solving, critical thinking, collaboration and innovation, along with essential technology skill sets.
What are some examples of STEM activities?
STEM activities are hands-on and student led. The teacher acts as the facilitator of learning in a STEM-centered classroom. Students are given a task or a problem to solve. Students then work together to discuss and test various solutions to the problem.
Questions? Contact us!
Federal Programs/STEM Grants
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Phone: (985) 310 - 2189