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Survey: STEM in the School Curriculum

November 27, 2018

STEM as part of the school curriculum gets a mixed reception. In general governments think it is  "good thing" and will help boost the economy. Some educators believe that it will help restore the failing fortunes of technology and engineering education whilst others think that it will be used to enhance science and math at the expense technology and engineering education. This international survey gives you the chance to say what you think about STEM in the school curriculum. Is it friend or foe to technology and engineering education?

The aim of this survey is to explore the range of views held about STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) and its place in the school curriculum. We intend to report on the data in one or more papers submitted to research conferences and/or journals and it will also be used to inform the revisions for Edition 2 of "Teaching STEM in the Secondary School” by David Barlex and Frank Banks.

We will also publish a summary of the main findings on our blog.
The survey is likely to take less than 20 minutes to complete.

Take the survey at curriculum