STEM Education Programs

STEM Education Programs

The goal of STEM Education programs is to create a new generation of people who, using elements from all scientific fields, can acquire the ability to solve problems and prepare for the future digital world that is being formed at a very fast pace. In STEM Education, creation will be based on We and not on I, imagination and skill development will create the new products, the experiential understanding of Physics will be the basis for all developments during the 21st century.

STEM programs are based on the STEM training philosophy and are developed around four pillars, defined by the directions: Engineering, Coding, Mathematics and Science, depending on the characteristics that dominate them.

STEM Education invites you to enroll your children in any of the annual programs you choose. STEM programs complement the curriculum and are not taught at any level of the compulsory education.

Chose a program (age accordingly)

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  • a. Preschool
  • b. Elementary
  • c. High School

Lilipoutian Engineers

Engineering | Preschool
Lilipoutian Engineers is designed for Kindergarten students (4 and 5 years old). Children take their first steps in the world of science, technology and engineering.

Strut with the Algorithms

Coding | Preschool
With this new program, we want to set a strong foundation from an early age into understanding coding concepts through experiential activities that will give children the motivation to learn more and more.Each lesson is a different story – a challenge that motivates children to solve a problem through programming a robot. The group of students creates its own unique story, which is then illustrated in the form of a track.

Young Engineers

Engineering | Elementary
Young Engineers is designed for early primary school pupils and enables them to be transformed into small scientists. By watching the world around them, children learn to wonder what’s going on in nature, how something works or what a device does.

STEM in Action!

Engineering | Elementary
STEM in Action! is a continuation of the “Young Engineers” program. Armed with the appropriate equipment, the small engineers are ready to deal with any problem. The right structure of a constraction, motion and mechanical advantage are now familiar topics.

Introduction to Automation

Engineering | Elementary
Introduction to Automation is designed for elementary students where, through teamwork around the construction of a robotic model, children live an exciting and entertaining experience that they do not want to end!

Each construction follows a “code” that is the product of the students’ computational thinking and is realized in the digital environment of MIT Scratch 2.0. The whole creating process is done with the LEGO WEDO 2.0.

Spike Prime (January 2020)

Engineering | Elementary, High School
LEGO® Education SPIKE ™ Prime is the all-new way to get students into STEAM and educational robotics, helping them develop their self-esteem.

Students aged 11-15 build and program fun robots and smart devices! SPIKE Prime enhances the development of students’ critical thinking as well as solving complex problems through a fun process where they learn through playing.

Junior Engineering Academy

Engineering | High School
This program is a product of the collaboration of the non-profit organization STEM Education and the Junior Engineer Academy network. The program covers a variety of modern technology chapters, including engineering, electronics, computer science and 3D object design.

Educational Robotics

Engineering | High School
Educational Robotics is designed for high school students. Engaging in group activity, building a functionally autonomous and complex robot helps them to release their creative power and at the same time to empirically understand the concepts hidden behind Physics in an exciting way.

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