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Tuesday, August 18, 2020

STEM Education

 STEM Education 

What is STEM education?

 The idea of educating students in four different specific disciplines - Science, Technology, Engineering
 and Mathematics in applied approach known as STEM Education

The four disciplines are separate and discrete subjects STEM integrate them into a learning experience
 based on a real world application.

A lesson or unit in a STEM class is typically based around finding a solution to a real world problems,
 tends to emphasize project based learning a variation of STEM is STEAM which includes an 'A' for art and design.

 Artistic design is becoming an important part of STEM education since creativity is an essential part of
 innovation. In contemporary world it is very useful and important


STEM is important because our world depends on it, our GDP to our general wellbeing, everything 
depends on it, because it's all backed by science, technology, engineering and mathematics. 

According to the US department of commerce, STEM occupations are growing at a rate of 17%, while 
other occupations are growing at a rate of 9.8% and STEM degrees holders have higher income even in 
non STEM careers. 

It is believed not only in the US but also in the WORLD that STEM employees play an important and
 crucial role in growth and stability of any countries economy. It is a critical component that helping the


As STEM students become citizens, they will bring with them the skills, knowledge, they have learned.
 If we are able to empower our students to think critically, analyze and explore new horizons society 
will get benefit. 
A more STEM proficient generation can help carry our country forward. New medical discoveries, 
environmental friendly technology, better infrastructure and many more possibilities awaits us looking
 at countries like Japan and Singapore with strong STEM education, we can see the advancement they 
are making an hopefully it inspires us to help our students to create something useful too. 


As mentioned, STEM stands for science, technology, engineering and mathematics but a far wider 
range of academic disciplines fall under this list of some of the other courses you could study. 

  • Bio-Chemistry 
  • Aerospace engineering 
  • Biology 
  • Chemical engineering 
  • Civil engineering 
  • Computer science 
  • Mechanical engineering 
  • Physics 
  • Psychology 
  • Statistics 
  • Astronomy 
This list gives you an idea of the range of the subjects includes under STEM

In October 2019 the office of science and technology policy at the White House issued the progress report on the federal implementation of the STEM education strategic plan. It provides information about how federal agencies are implementing the plan. 


  1. Office of Education and Technology (OET) 
  2. Office of English Language Acquisition (OELA) 
  3. Office of Elementry and Secondary Education (OESE)
  4. Office of Career Adult and Technical Education (OCATE) 
  5. Office of Planning, Evaluation and Policy Development (OPEPD) 
  6. Office of Special Education and Rehabilitation services (OSERS) 
  7. Institute of Educational Sciences (IES) 
  8. Fedral Student Aid (FSA)

These agencies are responsible for implementation of plan.

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