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STEM Doesn’t Start with a Box (or in a Lab)

 

Plan first; STEM second.

Successful STEM programs do not start by simply investing in boxes of products, nor by purchasing expensive labs with pre-packaged curriculum. The very essence of the STEM process is to enable open-ended design, engineering and coding explorations by students that can be aligned across content areas; and, by empowering ALL teachers to be STEM educators.

 

STEM Made Simple® is a comprehensive program for STEM education that provides customized solutions for your school community to design, implement and integrate STEM throughout the curriculum. The program allows you to build capacity and create a sustainable model for STEM education.

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Assessment & Goal Setting

 

The STEM Made Simple® program begins with an assessment of your current STEM initiatives. We work with your leadership team to develop a comprehensive STEM Plan by setting goals with specific milestones to take your program to the next level.

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Implementation

 

Our team then helps you implement the STEM Plan by aligning current resources and integrating new STEM tools to support a multi-disciplinary program.

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Professional Development

 

Teachers participate in a blended professional development program that combines self-paced e-learning, onsite workshops and live, virtual support as they guide students on their STEM journey.

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Coaching & Modeling

 

Ongoing teacher support is available with onsite and/or remote e-coaching.

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Best-in-Class STEM Tools

 

The Eduscape team will recommend the highest quality STEM products that provide an integrated curriculum-based solution. We maximize a school’s investment by selecting complimentary tools that provide added value with correlated lessons plans and activities. We can also integrate your existing tools where applicable.

STEM Made Simple® is aligned to:

NGGS
K12CS
CCSSI

Join us at a STEM Made Simple Summit

 

Over the past five years, STEM education has undergone many iterations. Beginning with enhancements to the acronym itself; we have gone from STEM to STEAM to STREAM, and just to confuse matters even more, we started adding “Makerspace” to the equation.

 

STEM is much more than the subjects represented by the letters, it is an integrated approach that uses project-based learning to enable students to understand the relevancy of their learning to the world around them.

 

So how do we make this happen? How does a school or district implement a STEM program that aligns across the curriculum?