Twenty-first century school leavers are expected to demonstrate skills and understanding of processes and phenomena that were not even thought of in twentieth century schools. The challenge for teachers and school administrators is to organize lessons and the learning process in such a way that students have every opportunity to acquire the necessary skills and meet their educational needs and parents’ expectations. More and more educators rely on the STEM approach, the features of which really help to solve many problems. In recent years, STEM has become very popular, especially in the non-governmental sector of education. Sometimes STEM is supplemented and transformed into STEAM and STREAM. But not everything is STEM that is called Stem.
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