Children learn to work in teams at a very young age. Communicate, argue, disagree and cooperate.
Main component of the STEM methodology is problem solving. Children seek the most suitable solutions to everyday problems.
With STEM, the introduction to Sciences is done with hands-on activities, where children are actively involved.
Children understand the simple and complex machines and their function. Thus, they perceive the usefulness of everyday machines.
Children learn, through activities, to think algorithmically. Mathematics becomes attractive because it is part of experiential learning.
Through educational robotics, children learn to build and program robotic structures, constantly keeping up-to-date on current technological developments.
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