In recent years, the integration of STEM has steadily gained interest among the education community. But for most, integrating the disciplines of STEM represents a significant shift in teaching practice.
The truth of the matter is that most real-world problems require interdisciplinary approaches. Integrated STEM learning provides students with an opportunity to see how the subjects they’re studying are applied in complex, real-world applications which makes learning more meaningful and increases their motivation to learn.
This guide breaks down resources and techniques that effectively de-silos the different disciplines of STEM. You will walk away with ideas for activities on how to develop students’ analytical, problem solving and critical thinking skills through STEM integration.