We Inspire Future

Empower children to pursue challenging subjects & careers.

What is STEM?

STEM education is an interdisciplinary approach to learning that removes traditional barriers separating the four disciplines of Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics, and integrates them into real-world, rigorous, and relevant learning experiences for students.[1]

What are the goals of STEM Study?[2]

  • Connect and deepen concepts between the four disciplines;
  • Develop STEM-related skills, such as critical thinking, inquiry, engineering-design, collaboration etc.;
  • Find solutions to meaningful problems;
  • Thrive in our highly technological world;
  • Build personal decision-making skills, promote participation in civic and cultural affairs, and economic productivity.

[1]. Vasquez, J. A., Sneider, C. I., & Comer, M. W. (2013). STEM lesson essentials, grades 3-8: Integrating science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (p. 73). Portsmouth, NH: Heinemann.
[2]. Canada 2067 STEM Learning Framework (2016) Retrieved from: https://canada2067.ca/en/the-learning-framework/ 

We develop children’s passion for STEM STUDY to enable the next generation of innovators.

The Value of STEM Education

The value of using a STEM educational approach for student learning is strongly supported by findings in research literature. STEM education fosters skills and competencies needed in the real-world for students; it enhances learning in all disciplines and helps students solve real-world problems. 

Notably, according to Canada 2067 STEM Learning Framework (2016), [3] in Toronto District School Board (TDSB), over 90% of the administrators and teachers strongly believe that STEM study plays a vital role in improving student learning during K-12 education. The majority of teachers (87%) believed that a more integrated STEM education would improve their teaching practice. 82% of teachers and 98% of administrators would like to see the TDSB STEM strategy continued in schools.

[3]. Sinay, E., Jaipal-Jamani, K., Nahornick, A., & Douglin, M. (2016). STEM teaching and learning in the Toronto District School Board: Towards a strong theoretical foundation and scaling up from initial implementation of the K-12 STEM strategy. Research Series I. (Research Report No. 15/16-16 Toronto, Ontario, Canada: Toronto District School Board)

Overview of Teacher Feelings About First Year of STEM Initiative

Teachers would like STEM initiative to continue
Teachers believe STEM education improves their teaching practice
Teachers believe STEM education improves student learning
Teachers believe STEM education is fad

Barriers of STEM Education Implementation

According to Grand Challenges (2019)[4] , there are plenty of barriers and challenges in successfully implementing STEM education, especially within schools.

[4]. 100Kin10. (2019). Grand Challenges | 100Kin10. [online] Available at: https://grandchallenges.100kin10.org/

Introducing STEM in School

Lack of time for STEM education in school because of four reasons:
1) pressure from standardized testing,
2) administrators undervaluing STEM,
3) a shallow view of STEM, and
4) lack of guidance for teachers on how to properly teach STEM well.

Lack of Guidance

Even when STEM is prioritized, many teachers struggle to effectively use the time allocated for it because they are not receiving the necessary guidance or training.

Insufficient STEM Resources

Teachers often lack access to sufficient STEM resources to promote excellent STEM learning in their classrooms. Many of them are unconfident, ill-prepared,  and even anxious about teaching integrated STEM lessons.

Identifying Quality Material

Teachers are often unsure about how to distinguish which instructional resources are of high quality, and districts often struggle to determine which engineering and technology curricula will be effective.

Quality Implementation

The effectiveness of a curriculum is largely dependent on the quality of a teacher’s implementation of it, reaffirming the need to closely link curriculum with assessment, standards, and professional learning opportunities.

What we do

STEM Study Lab Kit

We excel in providing systematic STEM curriculum through our kits by engaging children in hands-on learning experience and providing interactive activities to cultivate science literacy. 

Empower your children with our STEM lab kits, NOW!

Problem-centered Curriculum Design aligned with the Ontario Science & Technology Curriculum expectations [5]and the American Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS).[6]

Inquiry- Based Learning Pedagogy + Hands-on Materials + FREE Supporting Video Tutorials + Scientific Cartoons

3 different Educational lines for K-6 students covering 4 disciplines and 12 subjects.

[5]. Edu.gov.on.ca. (2019). Science and Technology. [online] Available at: http://www.edu.gov.on.ca/eng/curriculum/elementary/scientec18currb.pdf
[6]. Nextgenscience.org. (2019). Get to Know the Standards | Next Generation Science Standards. [online] Available at:

Our 4 Disciplines and 12 Subjects

Contact Us

We love to hear from you! Drop us a message if you are interested or have any questions about our products and services. We will get back to you as soon as possible.

Elementary Science and Technology Curriculum Overview