Schools That Work Mc2 Stem High School Grades 9-12 | Cleveland , OH Bookmark Infographic: The Value of a STEM Education Knowledge in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) can be the key to a successful future. Here's why a STEM education matters and how you can inspire students to pursue STEM careers. November 2, 2012 Related Tags: Project-Based Learning, Career and Technical Education, STEM, Student Engagement, Teaching Strategies, All Grades, Math, Science 2.9KSHARES Want to print this infographic? Click here to download the PDF. Learn More About Project-Based LearningUsing PBL to Meet C3 Social Studies Standards Real-World Applications of Classroom Learning Partnership Strategies for Real-World Projects Standards-Aligned Genius Hour Comments (7) Sign in or register to comment Follow Subscribe to comments via RSS Posted 11/3/2012 7:46am Christi This poster...I need a copy! This graphic helps show what so many are trying to say. I am twenty-five years into my public school education gig and our system of trying to do/teach TOO many things...well it isn't working. If children don't have "peak" experiences with numbers in the primary years--they are essentially lost. We've got to focus people! Sign in to vote! Posted 11/3/2012 2:38pm ChipNBoard certified STEM HS teacher I teach remedial high school and night trades school math, primarily. What Christi said. 85% of G1-6 teacher are women with low proficiency in math and numbers theory. That's just a simple fact. The are wonderful teachers, but can only 'teach to the text' in math, which is colossally boring to students, who need imaginative framing and immediate correctional feedback to acquire. By the time they get to HS, there is an elite cadre of math performers who will settle quickly and pop out calculus problems all period, however they acquired that skill, ...and the rest are 24 miles behind, just like in a marathon, just like in life. It's too late by HS for STEM. The conclusion is undeniable and irredeemable. We don't need more STEM HS teachers! We need greater math fluency in our teachers at elementary and especially MS levels, but because students are elementary - MS in their mental development, we need imaginative STEM skills at the appropriate grade equivalent, NOT mass rote learning, not South Korea. Sign in to vote! Posted 3/31/2014 8:36pm nuria gSocial Project Entrepreneur Great visual summary! Is there an updated version of similar infographics now for STEAM (not just STEM)? Sign in to vote! Posted 4/2/2014 10:29am Samer RabadiOnline Community Engagement Manager Staff Nuria, I don't believe so, but it's a great idea. I'll pass it along to our editorial team. Sign in to vote! Posted 4/2/2014 11:56am Betty RaySenior Editor at Large Staff Hi Nuria - Great suggestion. We don't have any plans in the near-term to do a STEAM infographic, but we will be launching a number of blogposts in the coming weeks. Please stay tuned! Sign in to vote! Posted 4/2/2014 12:25pm nuria gSocial Project Entrepreneur Looking forward to it! Thank you. Sign in to vote! Posted 10/7/2015 11:46am Mr.Z These graphics are really really helpful. I expanded them and showed them to my class! Great job creating them. If anyone ever gets an original copy of this please let me know! I would like to not only post them around my classroom but put it on my website and post around the school. Thanks again, really appreciate it. Sign in to vote! Sign in to comment. Not a member? Register. Sign in using social networks Or sign in here: Email address * Password * Forgot your password?