STEM training is an educational approach

STEM training is an educational approach that is at the heart of reforms aimed at raising a generation capable of innovation. In line with our country’s prospective objectives, STEM education needs to be defined on the scale of our country and steps should be taken regarding this field.

STEM training is important for raising critical thinkers, increasing science literacy, and training innovative young generations. Innovation is very important for the economy of countries. It should not be forgotten that it is not difficult to predict that the technology that enters all areas of life will require knowledge of mathematics, science and technology for many future jobs. Another importance of the STEM approach is that it will play a key role in the development of today’s advanced technological problems. It is obvious that the combination of these basic trainings with an interdisciplinary approach will enable children to be more successful in the future.

As STEM education is an educational model that keeps interdisciplinary relations at a high level and prioritizes implementation, students have the opportunity to learn and practice academic curricula. In addition, with this training model, students improve their skill skills. STEM Education, these four discipline; science, technology, science and mathematics by building on each other and maximizing the benefits from each other in the real life and technology, producing, holding and marketing aims to grow a generation.

The need for stem from pre-school to university

Stem in industrialization and examples in the world

21 YY life skills in STEM Education

What is STEM Training?

The importance of STEM education in the present and in the future

History of STEM training

STEM training integration stages and models

Use of STEM materials in related field courses (Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Science, Mathematics, Information

Technologies and Technology Design) and sample curriculum

Educator training and its importance

Context-based teaching methods

Questioning-based teaching methods

Project-based learning

Q-Stem (Turkey’s first Quantum Stem)

Introduction of STEM materials

STEM material design and stages

Applied workshops