Our local schools are getting back at it this week! We thought this week’s tech term should pay homage to our teachers and students:
STEM education is often seen as the opposite of humanities/liberal arts education, but the truth is that both aim to combine seemingly unrelated concepts and teach students to look for connections between ideas. STEM education is more than just the study of each of its four components; it’s a celebration of the ways in which technical skills affect our lives and our world.
Teachers and students, how do you see STEM education taking place in your school? How have you or could you have benefited from these kinds of programs?
Finally, to anyone starting back to school soon, all of us at Howard Industries want to wish you a year full of exploration, discovery, and maybe even a little fun!