The best international STEM programs
Programs that develop key STEM skills to equip you for the new global economy.
Programs carefully selected and adapted to support school curriculums.
Programs that recognise collaboration between families, schools, universities and industry as a key element for the promotion of STEM careers and talent.
Our program selection
Fablab in Education
Introduce design thinking and problem solving teaching strategies using digital fabrication tools while increasing student learning and engagement across core subject areas. This program guides schools in creating and implementing their own maker spaces on campus and helps tailor learning activities that cross core subject areas.
The Explainers Program has been the signature program of the San Francisco Exploratorium since 1969 and has been emulated in the leading museums in the USA Explainers are students, chosen for their enthusiasm, knowledge and diversity, who explain exhibits on the museum floor answering questions from thousands of visitors a year.
Exploring Computer Science
The lack of socio-economic opportunities have been linked to the growing digital divide. This program was created by a partnership between schools and universities with the intent to democratize computer science education by increasing technology literacy and computational thinking instruction through a year-long course of study.
MIT App Inventor
MIT App Inventor is a blocks-based programming tool that allows everyone, even novices, to start programming and build fully functional apps for Android devices. Newcomers to App Inventor can have their first app up and running in an hour or less! More complex apps can be programmed in significantly less time than with more traditional, text-based languages.
Internet Technologies and Web Development
Take your first steps in understanding Internet architecture and programming. Participants in this course will be introduced to basic Internet technologies that enable the exchange of data and the operation of web applications while reviewing common cyber security threats and system vulnerabilities related to Internet computing.
Engineering is Elementary
For the youngest learners, the Engineering is Elementary project offers hands-on, project-based engineering activities for classrooms and afterschool clubs. This award-winning, cross-disciplinary curriculum integrates engineering with the science topics already taught. Fun, engaging engineering challenges boost student interest in engineering. Standards-based, research-based, and teacher-tested!
Engineering by Design
Citizens of today must have a basic understanding of how technology affects their world and how they exist both within and around technology. The EbD™ Program is a model to be used by schools seeking to increase achievement in technology, science, mathematics, and English through authentic learning challenges.
Mindconnex programs are carefully selected and represent a great opportunity to construct shared learning experiences.Anna Forés