STEM Education was originated in the United States. STEM is the abbreviation for the four disciplines of Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics. However, STEM courses are not simply a superposition of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics education, but are formed by combining the contents of the four disciplines.
- STEM is an educational concept, which is different from the traditional single-subject, book-oriented education method. STEM is a transdisciplinary education concept that emphasizes practice.
- The concept of STEM education was the earliest educational initiative put forward by the US government to strengthen the K12 education in science, technology, engineering, art and mathematics in the United States.
- The importance of STEM education in the United States is no less than that of quality education in China. Most primary and secondary schools in the United States have funding for STEM education, and STEM is often talked about by teachers, principals, and educators.
The STEM and Education Magnet Programs allow high-achieving high school juniors and seniors the opportunity to get a head start on a college career in the science, technology, engineering, math, and education disciplines.
In the magnetic industry, Educational magnet is widely used in STEM Course.
Among various kinds of magnets, AlNiCo magnet is the most suitable material for Educational magnet. In the past, people generally used Ferrite magnet, but now more people like to replace Ferrite magnet with AlNiCo magnet, because AlNiCo magnet is much cleaner and more environmentally friendly, not easy to break, looks more high-end, and has more stable performance than Ferrite.
Usually Educational magnets are divided into bar-shaped and horseshoe-shaped, and now various shapes have been developed, in order to better arouse students’ desire for exploration; Red and blue paints are usually sprayed on the Educational magnets, in order to distinguish N/S poles, and now to be more environmentally friendly, we have launched red and blue N/S poles stickers, which look more high-end and are not easy to fade, and also be more convenient for students to use.
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