STEM For All Foundation, a nonprofit organization, is committed to improving educational outcomes, and college readiness in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) for all students. Our knowledge of math, science, computer science, and technology is our greatest natural resource, the ultimate equalizer, and the pathway to human rights and a better quality of life. The data on the achievement gap between students of low and high-income backgrounds highlights the need of leveling the playing field in math and science classrooms. Our foundation empowers students with the tools and skillsets to compete in the global economy.
What We Do
Robotics is a great way to engage students in all subjects because it gives students the necessary skills to succeed and enforces learning in a real and concrete manner.
We provide training on LEGO EV3, LEGO WeDo 2.0, SPRK from Orbotics, and Dash-n-Dot by Wonder Workshop. These robots help students develop critical thinking and problem-solving skills.
Coding is also a great way to engage students as it is relatively less expensive than robotics, gives many of the same skills, and it mines the interest inside a student's brain.
We provide training in Scratch from MIT, AppLab from code.org, and Alice 3 by Oracle. As revered of a job skill coding is, these trainings will help your students gain the skills they need to succeed.
Engineering Design Challenges are a great way to show real-life applications of concepts and bring about a much deeper level of understanding.
We provide training in engineering design challenges aligned to Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS) engineering practices.
SPI STEM Club
Student-Powered Innovation in STEM Club, or SPI STEM Club, is an effort to encourage STEM education to students in the form of a school club. Powered by our student leaders, our team created this club at Redlands High School in early October of 2018, and SPI STEM Club now holds weekly meetings teaching coding, robotics, and engineering design throughout the school year.
Our goal for 2019 is to serve a minimum of
500 educators and 5,000 students!
So far, we have served:
1,500 educators and 4500 students!
The Next Step...
Join us in our mission to ensure equitable STEM opportunities for all students.