Developing critical thinking through STEM education 

The Qudra 2 programme, in cooperation with the Technical Company, has launched the Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) education programme, through conducting a Training of Trainers (ToT) workshop for 6 youth trainers.

The workshop aimed at building the trainers’ capacity to implement extracurricular STEM activities for children aged between 10-14 years, to help them develop their critical thinking and problem-solving skills through implementing project-based activities that challenge children to observe, assess, interpret and apply knowledge.   

Qudra 2 partnered with the Technical Company to develop and implement a STEM education programme in multiple locations across Jordan. The programme will be implemented within public schools with the approval of the Ministry of Education and in community based organisations in partnership with various local community service entities.

STEM is an education project that targets students aged 10-14, allowing them to learn skills such as coding, programming, robotics, and 3D printing) that is are becoming part of this generation’s must-learn knowledge and skills to cope and excel with the rapid development of technology.  

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