STEM Education is an approach to teaching and lifelong learning that emphasizes the natural interconnectedness of the four separate STEM disciplines. The common element of problem solving is emphasized across all STEM disciplines allowing students to discover, explore, and apply critical thinking skills as they learn.
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KEY FEATURES OF STEM LEARNING:
1. Real-world applications
2. Problem solving and critical thinking
3. Integration of content
EXAMPLES OF STEM LEARNING: