STEM education encourages students to use creative problem solving strategies to plan and design new technologies using the Engineering Design Process. As engineers, we define technology as a product or process that is designed and created to solve a problem. Students are encouraged to work with others to communicate findings and share results in inquiry based STEM lessons. STEM lessons present students with real world challenges that require students to use higher level thinking skills. Monroe STEM units are integrated into multiple content areas throughout the curriculum.
Please contact Kristin Contons
if you have any questions regarding our STEM program at 763-506-3629.