STEM at Schools

STEM at Schools

Scientific subjects are of great importance. The demand for a qualified workforce in technology and research intensive sectors is and will remain at a high level, with an impact on the demand for science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) related skills. Greater efforts must now be made to highlight STEM as a priority area of education, and increase engagement at all levels. Although broad challenges are well known, such as the need to make it more attractive to females, it is also now important to increase understanding of the career pathways followed by STEM graduates.

Day 1
Modul 1- What is STEM
Modul 2- Common use of STEM at Schools
Day 2
Modul 3- Philosophy of Interdisciplinary Lesson Plans
Modul 4- STEM based Maths Lessons
Day 3
Modul 5- STEM based Science Lessons
Day 4
Modul 6- STEM and technology integrated lessons
Modul 7- STEM methodology and assesment of STEM based activities
Day 5
Modul 8- Using mobil devices with STEM
Evaluation and Certification

Encourages tech use:
STEM learning teaches kids about the power of technology and innovation. So, when students encounter new technologies, they will be prepared to embrace them, instead of being hesitant or fearful. This will give them the upper hand in the global landscape, as the world is becoming increasingly tech-centered.
Teaches problem-solving:
STEM education teaches students how to solve problems by using their critical thinking skills. By engaging in STEM learn experiences, students learn how to examine problems and then create a plan to solve them.
Encourages adaption:
To succeed in life, students have to be able to apply what they have learned to a variety of scenarios. STEM education teaches them to adapt the concepts that they learn to various iterations of a problem or issue.

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Tailor Made courses can be organized for the subjects upon your request.
Europass and Certificate of attendance with description of training content and time input.