STEM Education is truly an intersection of Science, Technology, Engineering and Math, typically with an emphasis on the “Technology” and “Engineering” portions, with science and math being utilized in the process. STEM Education is critically important to provide students with the 21st Century skills they need to succeed in the future, including critical thinking, problem solving, technology skills, digital literacy, perseverance, innovation and collaboration. This guide is meant to provide some helpful resources for STEM teachers to use in their classrooms.
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