Center for STEM Education
The Center for STEM Education in Northeastern University creates, consolidates, and coordinates new and existing outreach programs that have a significant impact on the STEM pipeline, on STEM teaching and learning in GK-16, on GK-12 STEM outreach, and on STEM Education Research. This Center focuses on solidifying Northeastern University’s role as a major contributor to the improvement of K-16 Education in Boston and the state of Massachusetts. Programs seek to increase student interest and performance in STEM subjects, particularly in under-represented groups.
Hrs: Tue. and Thu. 9AM-2PM by appointment.
STEM Lesson Plan
Throughout history American innovations have greatly impacted the country and the world. The light bulb, the assembly line, the refrigerator, flight, and the personal computer are all inventions by American innovators. For America to continue to lead the world in innovation, students must be trained, educated, and fluent in the foundation of innovation – science, technology, engineering, and mathematics. These essential subjects can be found and applied to a plethora of class trip destinations. Consider the science that makes possible the activities you partake in and the places you visit.View Lesson Plan>>