Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM)
The ability to critique developments in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics is essential for education in the 21st Century. Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) focuses on contemporary trends and developments in research in STEM education and asks how the humanities contribute to this area.
Researchers across the school are focused on:
- How can STEM be incorporated into Schools?
- How can we measure the success of STEM in schools?
- What are the characteristics of a strong STEM education?
Our research groups and colleagues working in this area
- Enhancing Educational Outcomes Research Group
- Dr. Kathy Paige, UniSA