Families play an important role in supporting their children to engage with STEM. By showing your child that you have a positive attitude to STEM and you see the great possibilities it presents, you can have an impact on how your child feels.
Parents and families are the first and continuing educators of their children. Through interactions with their children, families play a key role in their children’s learning and development and continue to do so during the school years and beyond.
The way that STEM subjects are taught may have changed over the years, but families are still able to support children of all ages engage in STEM related experiences.
STEM Learning and Teaching
Quality STEM teaching and learning will develop your child's problem-solving, logic and creativity skills.
You can support your family to engage with STEM in many ways.