|STEM Learning design refers collectively to the science, technology and mathematical
learning areas, engineering as a process to design, construct and maintain
systems, and a cross-disciplinary approach to learning that increases student
disposition in STEM related fields and their development of skills in
collaborative problem solving, creative thinking and critical analysis.
|A STEM Learning approach provides opportunities to investigate science,
technology, engineering and mathematical concepts and thinking in a range of
contexts and combinations, and the skills, dispositions and processes needed to
refine, produce and share ideas.
|STEM Learning challenges traditional delivery and assessment methods, exploring new
ways of sharing content and identifying evidence of learning.