STEM is a way of thinking

STEM stands for science, technology, engineering and mathematics.

In 2017, Dr Linda Pfeiffer wrote  in an Explainer article for the Sydney Morning Herald,

"...STEM is really a way of thinking. It is about the skills required to learn science, technology and mathematics, and how engineering and design processes and principles are used to achieve an outcome."

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STEM empowers innovation

The STARportal makes the connections that inspire young people to explore, discover, and create.

It defines STEM as empowering the next generation of innovators, and as a curriculum based on the idea of educating students in the four specific disciplines using an interdisciplinary and applied approach.

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STEM literacy

The distinguished international educator, Professor Rodger Bybee, regards "STEM Literacy" as the goal of STEM Education.
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Why is a STEM education important?

A STEM education is not just because the majority of future jobs will require a knowledge of STEM skills.

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Support for STEM teaching

The NSW Education Standards Authority (NESA) provides guidance on integrating STEM in learning plans.

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STEM Education Resources Toolkit

The Australian Government Department of Education commissioned Dandolopartners International to develop the Toolkit as part of its commitment to supporting the National STEM School Education Strategy 2016-2026.

The aim of the National STEM School Education Resources Toolkit is to assist schools and industry to establish new STEM initiatives, form school-industry partnerships, and evaluate existing and future STEM initiatives.



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