EQUIPPING OUR KIDS FOR
THE FUTURE THAT IS NOW!
We are firm believers that children in schools across Nigeria should have the opportunity to access and benefit from STEM education. Our aim is to create a friendly atmosphere where children can naturally develop one of the most fundamental skills in STEM education; computer coding and programming.
The STEM Club is a national community of parents, teachers and students. Teachers will be trained to run a club in their respective school. Students will be led by their teachers and encouraged to learn, collaborate and build computer programs.
At STEMCLUB these are
How It Works
To begin, any teacher in a high school within Nigeria must sign up to take part in the competition. To sign up, you must have a letter of approval signed by your school’s Principal allowing you to start a STEM Club in your school.
After registration, you will receive an email with access to our learning platform. These courses can be completed within 4-8 weeks.
Once you have completed the courses, you then register your students on our dashboard and start teaching them what you’ve learnt.
Registered STEM Clubs are expected to present a project for assessment into the STEM Club Annual National Competition. The teacher incharge will receive an email from us stating the procedure and accepted format for submission of projects.
Who Can Learn
Our learning modules are parent-friendly. Parents won't have trouble taking some of our modules tailored to complement their child’s learning.
The STEM Club platform offers participating teachers the opportunity and resources to identify as a 21st century teacher and prepare them for the digital revelotion
Like our Teachers, Volunteers also have the opportunity to sign up to be trained and certified to run a STEM Club in their local area for children aged 9 - 13 years old.
STEM CLUB NATIONAL COMPETITION
As a way of using healthy competitiveness to drive innovation, we have set up the StemClub Yearly Competition to both assess, appreciate and reward best efforts of participating schools.