Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM)
- In order to be eligible for STEM group 1, students must be in grade 4 to 6 and have started taking science courses in their school.
- In order to be eligible for STEM group 2, students must be in grade 7-9 and have graduated from elementary school with science as one of the listed subjects.
STEM : Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics
The development of science and technology grow faster at an exponential rate every year. Thus, the field of Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) becomes more popular and important than ever. Noble Academy has a strong foundation in the field of STEM and has offered the course since its founding. STEM course in Noble Academy centers around the application of the science of mathematics in real life, in which students are able to connect what they learn in theories into real-life application. This course is aimed to grow both students’ interest in the field of STEM and knowledge.
Students will explore a specific topic of STEM in each session while a teacher introduces, supervises, and mentors the topic and activities step-by-step. The course will have a hands-on approach, in which every student will actively do the activities themselves and explore the field of STEM that cannot be experienced anywhere else.
EligibilityAll students (both Noble Academy students and external students) with group requirements listed.
- Group 1: Grade 4-6
- Group 2: Grade 7-9
MethodologiesSynchronized, on-site, and hands-on learning, 21st-century skills
Please refer to course catalogs below for more information about the STEM Single Course program.
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STEM Group 1
Please refer to the course catalog for more information about the STEM Single Course program (available for grade 4-6).
STEM Group 2
Please refer to the course catalog for more information about the STEM Single Course program (available for grade 7-9).