Science Lab


What skills do students need today to succeed in the future? At STEM Education, we believe that children should be prepared to tackle problems and pursue jobs that we haven’t even considered yet.

Problem-solving is now required in society. Children will learn to think and solve problems in everyday life through hands-on activities. They will cultivate their ability to see a problem from a different perspective and seek multiplicity in solving it with the goal of creativity and collaboration. With the goal of creativity and collaboration, students will cultivate their ability to see a problem from different perspectives and seek multiplicity in solving it. The concepts of force, energy, and electromagnetism, are “tested” in real experiments under the guidance of the early scientists who studied the Laws of Nature. The children will use statistics as part of the project, which is a concept that applies to all STEM fields. The recording of measurements will be possible with microcontrollers, and their analysis will lead to the correct conclusions.

Preparing today’s children to become tomorrow’s innovators and inventors begins with STEM education programs.


On completion of the program, students will have:

  1. drawn conclusions about how the real world works,
  2. collaborated and argued to advance their thinking,
  3. performed real-world experiments and analyzed their results,
  4. cultivated their intellectual curiosity and through it, they will have been guided to lifelong learning.
Lesson tags: Engineering-Εργαστήρια Δεξιοτήτων, skill-labs