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What is STEM?

STEM or Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics participates in all the aspects of our lives. STEM aims for encouraging students to create and have real interests in the field of life. This system does not only about teaching subjects but also developing personalities. They turn complicated materials such as math and science into interesting materials. It is much more than just learning. 

Why STEM Education?

Since the beginning of this century, scientific and technological innovations have become faster. Besides, the challenges have become bigger and much more complicated. Globalization, economy, health, and all the other major aspects of life have been influenced by these innovations. In order to continue these innovations and face all the challenges, we need generations who understand the nature of the new world. In STEM, students develop their skills and capabilities to be able to take the wheel in the near future. 

Who Benefits from STEM?

STEM educations aim to make complicated subjects such as math, physiques, and science simpler for students. There are also ethnic and gender gaps in the scientific community. STEM aims to increase the participation of women and minorities in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics. 

In many societies and cultures, this breaks the traditional gender roles. This education aims to make use of every decision and empower communities. 

In general, STEM education is essential for countries to develop. Improvement of STEM is also essential because there is new every day in the math and science field. If the information is not up to date, the whole educational system will be affected negatively because there will be a gap between what has been learned and what is actually applied. 

After STEM education, students usually seek careers in the science fields. You have made a new student who may take the science community to a whole new level. Teachers and parents have responsibilities in creating these new generations. Parents should encourage their children to seek careers in the scientific fields. Some programs outside the normal educational system may help children in seeking STEM. Besides, showing children real-life applications of STEM education can make them more interesting in creating such terrific things in the future. They can see how important they are going to learn and their impact on their societies and on the whole world. They are the future; not only their future but our future too. 

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