what the STEM system?

The stem system is one of the educational systems that focus on the non-basic sciences and knowledge that are taught in different stages of life, from the kindergarten stage through all the educational stages of the child. The term STEM is a shortcut to the four words that are the basic sciences on which the educational system is based in this way:

Science

Technology

Engineering

Mathematics

The focus is on the four academic fields of science, technology, engineering and mathematics and their employment in education. Science, technology, engineering, and mathematics are an important part of education in the competitive global market.

The STEM curriculum transforms typical teacher-centered classes into creative classes where the teacher becomes a facilitator of the learning process and leads students to exploration, learning, problem-solving, exploratory learning, and motivates students to participate, develop and solve challenges.

Addresses deficiencies in the educational curricula in these fields in order to achieve the quality of education required, in order to provide the labor market with qualified workers in the field of advanced technology. The STEM is a multidisciplinary approach in which students learn and apply concepts in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics by their very nature. Students are prepared and prepared in early childhood to be supportive of STEM education.

STEM goal

STEM aims to enhance inquiry, inquiry, logical thinking, collaboration, and teamwork skills among students.

STEM standards and guidelines for their implementation:

These standards have been developed and are expected to be achieved by distinguished students as follows:

  • learn and apply the content of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics

and that is through:

  • Demonstrate the understanding of the content of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics.
  • Application of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics content.

2) Integrating the content of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics

and that is through :

  • Analyzing links to multiple disciplines in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics.
  • Apply integrated content for science, technology, engineering, math, and other disciplines

(3) Interpret and link information from science, technology and engineering mathematics

and that is through :

  • Identify, analyze and synthesize appropriate information from science, technology, engineering and mathematics (eg, text, visual and audio)
  • Applying the vocabulary of a specific scientific field in the case of communicating the content of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics.
  • Integrate critical reading and writing of technical information.
  • Evaluate and integrate multiple sources of information (eg quantitative data and multimedia video) presented in a variety of ways.
  • Develop evidence-based opinions and discussions.
  • Communicate effectively and accurately with others.

(4) Integration into the investigation

and that is through :

  • Asking questions to identify and define global issues, challenges, and problems.
  • Conduct research to revise questions and develop new questions.