The STEM classroom is booming with energy and excitement. Students are active in their learning as they work with their group through a series of hands-on activities over the course of 40 hours.
Teachers get back to what they do best – building relationships with their students. As facilitators of learning, educators are responsible for encouraging students to stay on task, to be responsible for their work and the equipment, and to work together with their group to find answers and design unique solutions.
The basic infrastructure required for the lab includes the following;
- Locked cabinets or shelves for power tools and equipment.
- Work tables.
- Dedicated electronic table.
- Dedicated wood work table (Heavy duty).
- General tool hanging board.
- Lockers and display for student’s project etc.