Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics
The skill sets required in the workplace have changed significantly over the last decade, our global economy has dramatically evolved and requires new, innovative methods to train a future workforce. Driven mainly by technological advances many jobs have completely disappeared, due to automation, whilst new ones are appearing every day. The way students interact, learn and connect has also changed so a new programme of learning is required to address the balance.
STEM is an approach to learning and development that integrates Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics. Key skills such as creativity and innovation; critical thinking and problem-solving; personal effectiveness; planning and organising are among the new skills required to create a competitive workforce capable of adapting to the changing workplace.
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