Education is investment for life. It is not just a degree. Educated people make better decisions in life. We hear the word Engineer and Engineering teams. Someone or a team that comes up with possible solutions for a challenging problem. Our children are the future problem solvers.
As parents, educators and mentors, we have to facilitate the environment of learning STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) for our students. The STEM acronym was introduced in 2001 by scientific administrators at the U.S. National Science Foundation (NSF).
Our children are the future problem solvers in need of direction. We need to help them to build their confidence in learning and find their passion.
We have the responsibility to provide the tools they need to succeed. Global STEM Institutes has created a low-cost platform for our middle and high school students to practice their school subjects in accordance to USA Educational Standards in a fun and simple game with no need for a tutor.
Students not only can purchase 9 of their preferred school subjects but also have access to additional resources for free to find their interest for future post-secondary, college, and university and eventually future careers. They will become familiar with Electronics, Robotics, IT Security, Computer Programming, and have access to documentaries such as NASA Space, Open Courseware (MIT), National Geographics Explorer Digital Magazine, TED Talk Daily, Worldwide Radio Channel Music,
Physical Exercise Program and even scholarship site for scholarship application.
STEM classes develop those soft skills that so many careers need, and so many students lack – skills like communication, problem solving, critical thinking, creativity, and data analysis.
In a technology-based society, technology is forever changing. It’s also used in almost every aspect of our lives. As work places change with updated software, and office equipment and machinery become more advanced, STEM knowledge is vital. Keeping up with technology is incredibly important.
Building that shelter, finding that cure, inventing the best way for people to communicate, or helping people overcome financial obstacles makes a huge difference – and with a STEM education, you can make that happen.
Without new innovative products hitting the shelves constantly, Companies will not stay current and may lose business. This creates a lot of new opportunities for STEM students. Just think – a product you design or create could help people and get the economy going.
Unfortunately, there are many students who are led to believe that STEM is boring or way too hard. We just wanted to set the record straight about how fantastic STEM subjects are and the amazing things that STEM skills can allow students to do.