It is possible to understand and try out everything from robotics to psychology. Students may learn about the environment or even the behaviour of atoms.
At the STEM (science, technology, engineering, mathematics) Lab, we discover, experiment, and build anything that science, technology, engineering and mathematics can help with. It is possible to understand and try out everything from robotics to psychology. Students may learn about the environment or even the behaviour of atoms. How does it work? Why is it this way? These questions keep everyone busy.
Why is STEM important? Because it is interesting, and as of today, most of humanity’s biggest questions can only be answered using STEM tools. What will our answer be to climate change? How could we provide food to 9 billion people by 2050? How will we reach Mars and start a new life there? How could we help more people to live healthy? Will self-driving cars really change our everyday lives, and will robots actually carry out every tedious job?
At the STEM Workshop, we continuously develop 21st century basic skills: as a result of research and discovery, our critical thinking, learning and innovative skills will improve; and teamwork will develop our cooperative and communicative skills efficiently.
Owing to the most modern phenomenon-based teaching techniques from Finland, we are able to make learning authentic: we come to know the world not only through paper and books, but we follow each phenomenon and discover knowledge together.