STEM stands for Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics. It is a method of education wherein the subjects are taught in coherence instead of in isolation.
It emphasises bridging the learning gap by putting the children at the core of the experience, making them active learners from passive listeners.
There are several reasons why STEM is important, even at the primary school level. Not only does it expand children’s knowledge of science, technology, engineering and mathematics, but it also teaches them how to think critically and inspires them to be innovative. Through STEM activities, students can learn how to solve problems, and this is an invaluable skill to have in later life.
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