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About S.T.E.M.

S.T.E.M. education focuses on the four domains of science, technology, engineering, and math. 









What is S.T.E.M?

Learn more about the benefits of each domain of S.T.E.M. education below!


Sparks curiosity, leading to inquiry and discovery! Students learn to become little scientists and enjoy the process of learning and discovering. 


Drives innovation and influences economic, environmental, and societal change for a better life. 


Fosters critical thinking, problem solving, resilience, and creativity! A fast growing industry in the 21st century, this sector continues to experience a shortage of talent.


Establishing a strong foundation helps individuals make sense of their world and make decisions throughout their everyday lives. 

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S.T.E.M. skills are increasingly important and in demand in the work force. These skills, particularly digital literacy, are necessary for life in the 21st century. It is now critical for all children to have essential S.T.E.M. skills.


Research shows that autistic children gravitate towards S.T.E.M. related fields and activities. A common autistic trait is having strong systemizing abilities -- being able to predict and control systems, and being able to analyze and build rule-based systems. Providing opportunities for autistic children to explore S.T.E.M. education early is key to helping them find their passion and strengths within S.T.E.M., while fostering the early development of these skills. 

S.T.E.M. learning is not only essential, it is extremely fun! Learning S.T.E.M. fosters skills like problem solving, resilience, critical thinking, and creativity -- which are all important for learning, development, and growth.

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