Science Technology Engineering and Mathematics

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Science Technology Engineering and Mathematics by Mind Map: Science Technology Engineering and Mathematics

1. Student exploration of STEM related careers begins at this level, particularly for underrepresented populations.  

2. The goal is to pique students' interest into them wanting to pursue the courses, not because they have to. There is also an emphasis placed on bridging in-school and out-of-school STEM learning opportunities.  

3. This initial step provides standards-based structured inquiry-based and real world problem-based learning, connecting all four of the STEM subjects.

4. STEM education focuses on the introductory level STEM courses, as well as awareness of the STEM fields and occupations

5. It teaches students computational thinking and focuses on the real world applications of problem solving

6. Application

7. Science

7.1. Experiment

7.1.1. Think big Act small

7.1.2. Generate

7.1.2.1. Come up with many solution

7.1.3. Evaluate

7.1.3.1. Question your ideas

7.2. Creativity

7.2.1. Originality

7.2.1.1. The uniqueness of the idea

7.2.2. Emphasis Data

7.2.2.1. Define your scope

7.2.3. Expand

7.2.3.1. Establish & question your content

8. Technology

8.1. Innovation

8.2. Experience

8.3. Development

9. Mathematics

9.1. Solving problem

9.1.1. Realistic

9.2. Understanding

9.2.1. Adaptation and recreation

9.3. Development

9.3.1. Forming and analyze

10. The process

10.1. Elementary school

10.2. Middle school

10.2.1. At this stage, the courses become more rigorous and challenging. Student awareness of STEM fields and occupations is still pursued, as well as the academic requirements of such fields

10.3. High school

10.3.1. The program of study focuses on the application of the subjects in a challenging and rigorous manner. 

11. Courses

11.1. Engineering

11.2. Information Technology

11.3. Computer Science

11.4. Architecture

11.5. Teacher Education major in science

11.6. Mathematics

11.6.1. Bachelor Science of mathematics

11.7. Medical Sciences

11.7.1. Nursing

11.7.2. Medical allied programs

11.8. Pure Sciences

11.8.1. Biology

11.8.2. Physics

11.8.3. Chemistry

12. curriculum based on the idea of educating students in four specific disciplines — science, technology, engineering and mathematics — in an interdisciplinary and applied approach. Rather than teach the four disciplines as separate and discrete subjects, STEM integrates them into a cohesive learning paradigm based on real-world applications.

13. Courses and pathways are now available in STEM fields and occupations, as well as preparation for post-secondary education and employment

14. More emphasis is placed on bridging in-school and out-of-school STEM opportunities.