STEM is a curriculum based on the philosophy of
educating students in science, technology, engineering and mathematics in an
interdisciplinary and applicable approach. Rather than teaching these four
subjects as separate and different topics, STEM integrates them into a
comprehensive learning experience based on real-world applications.
What separates STEM from traditional science and math education is a mix of teaching and showing students how scientific methods can be applied to everyday life. It aims to teach students computational thinking and concentrates on real world applications through problem solving.
S(cience) - T(echnology) - E(ngineering) - M(ath)
The International STEM Olympiad is an
international online competition platform in which students from grade 1 to 12
compete, and the questions are prepared in line with the philosophy of STEM
The i-STEM Olympiad is an Olympiad for students who are interested in STEM but have difficulty in accessing materials and STEM-based questions. Students will not only reach STEM-based topics and questions but will also experience the excitement of competing and receiving awards on an international platform.
Additionally, the i-STEM Olympiad provides students with interactive training portals as a learning resource. Students will be able to see how technology, as well as traditional teaching methods, contribute to their learning.