AMERICA IS FACING A STEM CRISIS.
In a test of students from 34 countries, American students finished 27th in math, and 20th in science. In a ranking of math and science education in 144 countries, America places 51st.
We can--we must--do better.
At STEM Detective we are
And we believe that a healthy STEM education leads to a healthy economy
Towards that end, we aim to inspire and transform young minds--the future of the STEM landscape--with our pioneering, high-quality resources, from engaging, interactive lessons to fun, multimedia activities.
WHAT ABOUT SKILLS OUTSIDE THE CLASSROOM?
But we don’t stop there. After all, in today’s dynamic, fast-paced world, students cannot simply excel academically--they must also possess key “soft” skills, including critical thinking and problem solving skills, as well as the ability to communicate and collaborate effectively.
With this in mind, our educational products are designed to not only help students achieve in the classroom, but also to build a foundation of critical skills necessary for future success in their working lives. By taking an interdisciplinary approach, we integrate STEM content from a wide range of fields; your student may find themselves learning about Tesla’s revolutionary electric motors, or the use of 3D printers to print replacement organs for transplant patients.
AT STEM DETECTIVE, THERE’S SOMETHING FOR EVERYONE.
Teachers can upgrade their teaching methodology and take their lessons to the next level, using our rigorous, tested lessons and programs. Students can use our standalone activities to pursue their interests, whether it be in nanotechnology or drone racing. Parents can access tools and supplemental, extracurricular modules to help students enrich their understanding, their academic journeys, and their lives.
Join us as we transform STEM in America.
join us on a journey to revitalize our country’s curriculum and economy, and to bring back the fun and joy in education.
As a philosopher once said, “A journey of a thousand miles begins with one step.”