S²TEM Centers SC (Solutions in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics Education) is a not-for-profit network of education specialists focused on economic development through improvement in K-12 STEM education.
Darren Prevost, Lowcountry Regional Coordinator, speaks with educators, business partners, and government representatives from the Lowcountry at the 2012 SC STEM Summit.
Administrators from IQ-MS Research Sites explore Meaningful Writing at the 2012 Summer Institute.
Educators and industry participants join the math and science teachers from Middle School of Pacolet as they share specific research-based disciplinary literacy strategies that engage students in purposeful reading, meaningful writing, and productive dialogue.
Becky Cornwell, Education Specialist, works with participants as they design and build tops in the March 2014 iSTEM session in Spartanburg.
Look for the S²TEM Centers SC booth in exhibit halls at conferences across the state to learn more about our programs and services!
Educators in Spartanburg explore the Common Core State Standards for Mathematics.
Kelli Roberson from College Park Middle School in Berkeley County shares new learning from the 2012 IQ-MS Summer Institute.
Dr. Tom Peters, Principal Investigator, speaks to teachers and administrators from IQ-MS Research Sites at the 2012 Summer Institute.
The first of the science and engineering practices is "asking questions" followed by numbers two through eight focused on how…Read More
S²TEM Centers SC is an innovation partnership managed by South Carolina’s Coalition for Mathematics & Science. Its purposes are to improve instruction and accelerate student learning in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics content areas through innovation, support and research.
Science, engineering, and technology permeate nearly every facet of modern life and hold the key to solving many of humanity's most pressing current and future challenges. The United States' position in the global economy is declining, in part because U.S. workers lack fundamental knowledge in these fields. To address the critical issues of U.S. competitiveness and to better prepare the workforce, A Framework for K-12 Science Education proposes a new approach to K-12 science education that will capture students' interest and provide them with the necessary foundational knowledge in the field.
Engineering education in K-12 classrooms is a small but growing phenomenon that may have implications for engineering and also for the other STEM subjects--science, technology, and mathematics. Specifically, engineering education may improve student learning and achievement in science and mathematics, increase awareness of engineering and the work of engineers, boost youth interest in pursuing engineering as a career, and increase the technological literacy of all students.
The TeachEngineering digital library provides teacher-tested, standards-based engineering content for K-12 teachers engineering content for K12 teachers to use in science and math classrooms. Engineering lessons connect real-world experiences with curricular content already taught in K-12 classrooms. Mapped to educational content standards,TeachEngineering's comprehensive curricula are hands-on, free, and relevant to children's daily lives.