STEM

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What is STEM Education?

STEM  is a  curriculum  based  on  the  idea  of  educating  students  in  four  specific  disciplines — science, technology,  engineering  and  mathematics — in  an  interdisciplinary  and  applied  approach.   Rather than  teach  the  four  disciplines  as  separate  and  discrete  subjects,  STEM  integrates  them  into  a cohesive  learning  paradigm  based  on  real-world  applications.

What  separates   STEM  from  the  traditional  science  and  math  education  is  the  blended  learning environment  and  showing  students  how  the  scientific  method  can  be  applied  to  everyday  life.  It teaches  students  computational  thinking  and  focuses  on  the  real  world  applications  of  problem solving.   As  mentioned  before,  STEM  education  begins  while  students  are  very  young.

What separates  STEM  from  the traditional Science  and  Math Education?

Is  the  blended  learning  environment and showing  students  how  the  scientific method can be applied to everyday  life.  It teaches  students  computational  thinking  and  focuses  on  the  real  world  applications of  problem  solving.  As mentioned before,  STEM  education  begins  while  students are  very  young.

  • Elementary school—    STEM  education  focuses  on  the  introductory  level  STEM  courses,  as well as  awareness  of  the  STEM  fields  and  occupations.   This  initial  step  provides  standards-based structured  inquiry-based  and  real  world  problem-based  learning,  connecting  all  four  of  the STEM  subjects.   The  goal  is  to  pique  students’  interest  into  them  wanting  to  pursue  the  courses, not  because  they  have  to.   There  is  also  an  emphasis  placed  on  bridging  in-school  and  out-of-school  STEM  learning  opportunities.
  • Middle school—   At  this  stage,  the  courses  become  more  rigorous  and  challenging.   Student awareness  of  STEM  fields  and  occupations  is  still  pursued,   as  well  as  the  academic  requirements  of  such  fields.   Student  exploration  of  STEM  related  careers  begins  at  this  level, particularly  for  underrepresented  populations.
  • High school—   The  program  of  study  focuses  on  the  application  of  the  subjects  in  a  challenging and  rigorous  manner.   Courses  and  pathways  are  now  available  in  STEM  fields  and  occupations, as  well  as  preparation  for  post-secondary  education  and  employment.   More emphasis is placed on bridging  in-school  and  out-of-school  STEM  opportunities.

STEM – Science Technology Engineering Math

Reference link:

https://www.ed.gov/stem

https://www2.ed.gov/about/inits/ed/green-strides/stem.html

https://www.stem.org.uk/resources

What is STEM Education?

STEM is a curriculum based on the idea of educating students in four specific disciplines — science, technology, engineering and mathematics — in an interdisciplinary and applied approach. Rather than teach the four disciplines as separate and discrete subjects, STEM integrates them into a cohesive learning paradigm based on real-world applications. Though the United States has historically been a leader in these fields, fewer students have been focusing on these topics recently. According to the U.S. Department of Education, only 16 percent of high school students are interested in a STEM career and have proven a proficiency in mathematics. Currently, nearly 28 percent of high school freshmen declare an interest in a STEM-related field, a department website says, but 57 percent of these students will lose interest by the time they graduate from high school.

The importance of STEM education

All of this effort is to meet a need. According to a report by the website STEMconnector.org, by 2018, projections estimate the need for 8.65 million workers in STEM-related jobs. The manufacturing sector faces an alarmingly large shortage of employees with the necessary skills — nearly 600,000. The field of cloud computing alone will have created 1.7 million jobs between 2011 and 2015, according to the report. The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics projects that by 2018, the bulk of STEM careers will be:

  • Computing – 71 percent
  • Traditional Engineering – 16 percent
  • Physical sciences – 7 percent
  • Life sciences – 4 percent
  • Mathematics – 2 percent

Blended learning in schools

What separates STEM from the traditional science and math education is the blended learning environment and showing students how the scientific method can be applied to everyday life. It teaches students computational thinking and focuses on the real world applications of problem solving. As mentioned before, STEM education begins while students are very young.

  • Elementary school— STEM education focuses on the introductory level STEM courses, as well as awareness of the STEM fields and occupations. This initial step provides standards-based structured inquiry-based and real world problem-based learning, connecting all four of the STEM The goal is to pique students’ interest into them wanting to pursue the courses, not because they have to. There is also an emphasis placed on bridging in-school and out-of-school STEM learning opportunities.
  • Middle school— At this stage, the courses become more rigorous and challenging. Student awareness of STEM fields and occupations is still pursued, as well as the academic requirements of such fields. Student exploration of STEM related careers begins at this level, particularly for underrepresented populations.
  • High school— the program of study focuses on the application of the subjects in a challenging and rigorous manner. Courses and pathways are now available in STEM fields and occupations, as well as preparation for post-secondary education and employment. More emphasis is placed on bridging in-school and out-of-school STEM opportunities.

Two Career Cluster Pathways in STEM for academic’s & professional:

  •  Engineering and Technology
  •  Science and Mathematics

 STEM education referential documents for students:

https://centerforchildhoodcreativity.org/wp-content/uploads/sites/2/2018/02/CCC_The_Roots_of_STEM_Early_Learning.pdf

http://www.stemedthailand.org/wp-content/uploads/2015/08/STEM-Education-is-here-to-stay.pdf

Latest International STEM conference in 2019 for reference:

https://www.heacademy.ac.uk/system/files/downloads/STEM%20Conference%202019%20Call%20for%20papers_0.pdf

https://www.heacademy.ac.uk/system/files/downloads/STEM%20Conference%202019%20Submission%20Guidance_1.pdf

https://www.advance-he.ac.uk/programmes-events/conferences/stem-teaching-and-learning-conference-2019

http://engineeryourworld.org/2018/11/13/2019-texas-stem-conference/

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COURSE DETAILS

ABOUT STEM SUMMER CAMP.

Summer  is  an  ideal  time  for  kids  to  explore  the  world  outside  the  walls  of  school,  including  diving into  the  depths  of  science,  technology,  engineering  and  math  (STEM).  Thanks  to  an  incredible  number  of  pioneering   summer  camps  in  the  greater  Seattle  area,  kids  as  young  as  preschoolers  can  learn  more  about  STEM  in  fun,  welcoming  environments.

These  programs  will  take  your  kids  to  the stars  or  to  the  bottom  of  the  ocean,  start  them  on  the  path  to  computer  programming,  teach  them  how  to  make  a  movie  on  the  family  computer,  and  even  take  STEM  learning  outside  in  the  sun  to  explore  science  and  nature.

STEM Learning  Benefits

  • STEM  Camp  Provides  a  Fun,  accessible  way  for  children  to  explore  their  sense  of  wonder  through structured,  hands-o n  experiences  and  learning  opportunities.
  • Children  collaborate  with  each  other  to  explore  and  solve  problems  creativity  and  ingenuity.
  • Give  your  children  the  opportunity  to  be  amazed  by  the  world  of  STEM.
  • STEM  Camp  is  a  convenient,  enjoyable  day  camp  option  for  parents  who  want  their  kids  engaged
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What are we trying to achieve?

Our  current  Indian  education  system  has  adapted  less  as  compared  to  the  fast  changes  in  the  global education arena. Indian education system is very specific to age groups, focuses more  on  text  book learning and function on pre built versions of limited experiential learning. Education  here is primarily seen  as  a  mechanism  to  reach  to  the  end  goal,  i.e.  crafting  a  career  &  getting  a  job.  This  is more so due to lack of a holistic STEM curriculum which focuses on development through learning & fun. This is the gap  that  STEM  Summer Camp tries to fill-in by enhancing STEM learning.

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ACTIVITIES

Science & Robotics classes, Academic enrichment, aeromodelling, aerospace, conceptual science, early science & technology, electronics, engineering, maths experiments, mechatronics, model making, robot making, science experiments, science models, science projects, science shows, stem, analytical thinking, brain development, brain games, creative thinking, logical intelligence, logical thinking, memory boosters, memory enhancement, mind map, multiple intelligence, study techniques.

  WHY SEND YOUR CHILD TO STEM SUMMER CAMP

As a parent you value fun, engaging learning experiences and want to encourage your children to develop their interests and intellect and explore their sense of wonder.

  • STEM Summer Camp Provides a Fun, accessible way for children to explore their sense of wonder through structured, hands-on experiences and learning opportunities.
  • Children collaborate with each other to explore and solve problems creativity and ingenuity.
  • Give your children the opportunity to be amazed by the world of STEM.
  • STEM Summer Camp is a convenient, enjoyable day camp option for parents who want their kids engaged

In-School Programs

  • Through a series of conceptual hands-on lessons,
  • Teachers will guide students as they learn important STEM content and investigative skills.
  • Each unit design fosters cooperative learning and critical thinking.
Summary

Stem
Service Type
Stem
Provider Name

DHS Informatics,

Bangalore,Jayanagar,South India-560011,
Telephone No.9886692401
Area
CSE, ECE, ISE, Mechanical Engineering
Description
DHS is guiding PHD, M.Tech, BE, MCA, BCA, Diploma students in their academic projects and supported the students in various innovations. For final year students DHS Informatics provide project training in domain knowledge and technical knowledge and guided them in their final year & mini projects.

Indian Stem League (ISL)

  • Students get access to participate in national / international forums & competitions.
  • They get the opportunity to get noticed on an international platform.
Summary

Stem
Service Type
Stem
Provider Name

DHS Informatics,

Bangalore,Jayanagar,South India-560011,
Telephone No.9886692401
Area
CSE, ECE, ISE, Mechanical Engineering
Description
DHS is guiding PHD, M.Tech, BE, MCA, BCA, Diploma students in their academic projects and supported the students in various innovations. For final year students DHS Informatics provide project training in domain knowledge and technical knowledge and guided them in their final year & mini projects.

Events

  • Steam Summer Camp offers interactive STEM events in India.
  • which focuses on STEM shows for kids and grown-ups alike.
Summary

Stem
Service Type
Stem
Provider Name

DHS Informatics,

Bangalore,Jayanagar,South India-560011,
Telephone No.9886692401
Area
CSE, ECE, ISE, Mechanical Engineering
Description
DHS is guiding PHD, M.Tech, BE, MCA, BCA, Diploma students in their academic projects and supported the students in various innovations. For final year students DHS Informatics provide project training in domain knowledge and technical knowledge and guided them in their final year & mini projects.

Vacation Camps

  • What did you do on your vacation? When asked so,
  • your answer in the next season could be: "I worked on a new technology”.
Summary

Stem
Service Type
Stem
Provider Name

DHS Informatics,

Bangalore,Jayanagar,South India-560011,
Telephone No.9886692401
Area
CSE, ECE, ISE, Mechanical Engineering
Description
DHS is guiding PHD, M.Tech, BE, MCA, BCA, Diploma students in their academic projects and supported the students in various innovations. For final year students DHS Informatics provide project training in domain knowledge and technical knowledge and guided them in their final year & mini projects.

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CAREERS…!

You are passionate to work in an educational start up, energetic, prefer agile environments? You are your own biggest critic and motivator? From business development to marketing to creating curriculum to a background in information technology. You got skills, we know where to put it to the right use.

Steam Summer Camp is your baby, so build it the way you think it should be built along with us. Needless to say, we are looking for self-reliant go-getters to chart out their own niche for STEM Champ.

Address:52-53, 2nd Floor, Anam Plaza, 8th F Main, 3rd Block,Jayanagar, Near ICICI Bank,Bangalore-560034, Karanataka.

Phone:+919845166723

Summary
Stem
Service Type
Stem
Provider Name
DHS Informatics,
Bangalore,Jayanagar,South India-560011,
Telephone No.9886692401
Area
CSE, ECE, ISE, Mechanical Engineering
Description
DHS is guiding PHD, M.Tech, BE, MCA, BCA, Diploma students in their academic projects and supported the students in various innovations. For final year students DHS Informatics provide project training in domain knowledge and technical knowledge and guided them in their final year & mini projects.