STE[A]M disciplines crosscut all aspects of life. Just as one applies logic and problem solving to daily life, one also applies STE[A]M every day. STE[A]M is the perfect context for content delivery and skill acquisition.
With an emphasis on systems and critical thinking, communication, creativity, and problem-solving, educators learn techniques to teach students how to learn and become better decision makers.
Educators build their instructional strategy toolbox to teach for understanding and to facilitate deeper student learning. The techniques and skills acquired can be transferred across any subject or disciplines.
From unique student collaboration platforms to apps that make differentiated instruction easier to deliver, teachers incorporate our tools in their classroom to increase student engagement and motivation to learn.
I first would like to thank you for this wonderful opportunity for me and my students to participate in Cubes in Space. It has been a challenging, thought-provoking and STEM-based process that has truly exemplified and demonstrated to my students an example of real-life problems subject to constraints in search of practical and cost-effective solutions.G. Hademenos, Teacher
We live in exciting times when students can engage in a STEM-related experiment design process that culminates in their payload being launched into space and returned for analysis. This experience puts participating students on the fast track to worthwhile college study and a successful career… thanks to your efforts on their behalf.Art Johnson, Education Evaluator
It was great being treated like you should be as an educator. The set up was great and it never got boring. The presenters were excellent. I just wish we had more time, I wasn't ready to go.T. Baker, Teacher
There's lots of buzz around student development of 21st century skills. As being part of the corporate world, I'm all for the future workforce having the necessary skills to be able to think and communicate in a way that positively represents our company and our partners. Yes, company executives and leaders want an intelligent and productive workforce capable of taking the initiative to solve problems and to be innovative. But there is a key element that cross-cuts all characteristics we want in our team members and employees. Creativity.