Involvement of students and teachers in reflecting the role of research and innovation encourages sustainable interactions between schools, researchers, industry and civil society organizations. In addition, integrating research and innovation managers into STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) teaching could make STEM careers more attractive to young students and help them acquire scientific knowledge and skills. Learning these skills can help students better understand science and innovation and their relationships with different aspects of society and can prepare students to participate in the decision-making process that affects future societies. In this respect, key science teaching methods – such as project-based learning and research, school-based school project design, and reflections on the socio-scientific key and legal issues, legal and social issues, the introduction of STEM in schools. Thus, integrating these methods into socioeconomic research based learning represents an opportunity to introduce STEM into scientific education in primary and secondary schools,. STEM is the acronym for science, technology, engineering and mathematics and includes a wide range of topics that fit each of these terms. While it is almost impossible to list each subject, some common STEM areas include: aerospace, astrophysics, astronomy, biochemistry, biomechanics, chemical engineering, chemistry, civil engineering, computer science, biology, mathematics, nanotechnology, neurobiology and robotics. As it emerges from the multitude of discipline, it is clear that the STEM domains affect practically every component of our everyday life. Today’s students are leaders tomorrow.
Occupations in STEM careers are some of the fastest and best paid in the 21st century and often have the greatest potential for job growth. Since America strives to keep up with the current demand and is designed by STEM, it is important that our country remains competitive in the fields of science, technology, medicine and all the other STEM fields that I have mentioned so far. The best way to ensure future success and longevity is to make sure that American students are well trained in these disciplines. Building a solid STEM foundation through a well-rounded curriculum is the best way to ensure that students are exposed to math, science and technology throughout their educational careers. Students are extremely curious and impressed, encouraging an interest from an early age could provoke the desire to continue their careers in any of these areas. Until a student is ready to enter the workforce, he must have sufficient knowledge to make invaluable contributions to our nation’s STEM industry. It is also important for schools to have a large number of STEM experts, and these subjects should be considered high demand topics. Teachers who follow an alternative method of teacher certification have the advantage of teaching in the STEM field if they specialize in one or are in transition from a STEM-related career. If you are a professor and you have studied chemistry, biology, physics, calculus, engineering or any other STEM subject, you will be a great advantage for your school. (Administrators include: More advanced degrees for leadership education focus on STEM themes, especially on educational technologies. Since administrators have set the tone for schools and whole districts, it is important to keep advanced STEM awareness and prophecy.
In collaboration with PROF.EC. DOINA DRĂGOI, LICEUL TEHNOLOGIC VIRGIL MADGEARU, ROȘIORII DE VEDE, TELEORMAN