Michelle says… STEM is a vehicle to support children’s innate curiosity about the world. Children love to explore their environment, want to find out how things function, how man-made objects or machines work and how new things can be constructed, created and built. STEM exploration teaches children so much about our society and explains the order, patterns and relationships of our world.
Tanya Steers has loved science and maths her whole life and has a degree in molecular genetics. She’s excited that she now has the opportunity to share her love of STEM with the children of the next generation.
Posted on February 28th, 2020 in the category(s) STEM leaders
For Carla Silvestri, STEM exploration means happy and engaged children: Children working together, learning from each other, experimenting with different materials and resources and exploring technology. Inquiry-based STEM practices respect children, their prior knowledge and ideas. The hands-on nature of experimenting and exploring…
Posted on January 16th, 2020 in the category(s) STEM leaders
Our first featured STEM leader, Rajaa Halabi shares why early-years STEM education is important to her, how she integrates STEM learning in her service and the role she plays as an educator in STEM learning.