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What is STEM?

STEM stands for Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics. It is a critical cornerstone for engaged thinking in the modern world. It has implications beyond education; to include workforce development and cutting-edge contributions to our society.

STEM education encourages analytical thinking, empowering future generations of innovators. Moreover, it helps to create new products and processes that spearhead scientific transformation by using critical thinking methods that require students to:

1) Identify the problem

2) Brainstorm solutions

3) Plan the best solution

4) Construct the solution

5) Test the effectiveness of the solution

6) Improve (Iterate and reform)

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