The STEM Academy is a national non-profit organization committed to advancing STEM literacy for all students. The practices, strategies and programming utilized with The STEM Academy (K-16 Program) were developed from identified national best practices by the National Academy of Engineering and National Science Foundation. Curriculum correlates to NGSS and Common Core standards and features dual-credit agreements with over 180+ post-secondary institutions. Instructors may earn up to 12 graduate school credits through the STEM 101 professional development program.
STEM 101 programming represents a blended learning, real-world, project-based approach where students are challenged with solving open-ended problem applying STEM. Student advancement is realized via portfolio development to include completed assessments, industry certifications and post-secondary dual-credit. Curriculum is designed to support individual course deployment as well as advance an interconnected, multi-disciplinary approach.
*HIGH SCHOOL FOUNDATION COURSES
Introduction to Engineering
3D Solid Modeling
Design for Manufacturing
Principles of Engineering
Foundations of Technology
General Fabrication Method
Green Building Science
* COURSES feature up to 180 clock hours and delivered via innovative online Learning Management System
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