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STEMD² student courses aim to improve Students’ Mathematics Proficiency, Improve students’ digital, social, cultural, and information literacy and related skills along with Improving students’ persistence in and attitudes toward mathematics.

STEM Learning

The STEMD² learning platform offers student courses to help improve student’s mathematical thinking, 21st-century learning skills, and leadership using socially and culturally relevant learning activities in real-world settings. Students can use the STEMD² platform to network and collaborate with other students, share ideas and solutions, and experience problem-solving across socially relevant subjects to complete interdisciplinary projects.

6th Grade STEM

STEMd²’s mission is to enable open and self-directed learning extending beyond the classroom and into students’ communities. Allowing students to find and process knowledge in their own way and define the value of knowledge in their own context. Empower students to compete in proposing creative solutions, but collaborate to critically analyze their own or others’ ideas. Allow students to explore problems from different perspectives (social, cultural or political ) and help educators demonstrate the application of know-how and know-why in natural settings.

Courses
  • Let’s Go from Mauka to Makai

7th Grade STEM

STEMD²’s mission is to enable open and self-directed learning extending beyond the classroom and into students’ communities. Allowing students to find and process knowledge in their own way and define the value of knowledge in their own context. Empower students to compete in proposing creative solutions, but collaborate to critically analyze their own or others’ ideas. Allow students to explore problems from different perspectives (social, cultural or political ) and help educators demonstrate the application of know-how and know-why in natural settings.

Courses
  • Let’s Take Care of the Loʻi

8th Grade STEM

STEMD²’s mission is to enable open and self-directed learning extending beyond the classroom and into students’ communities. Allowing students to find and process knowledge in their own way and define the value of knowledge in their own context. Empower students to compete in proposing creative solutions, but collaborate to critically analyze their own or others’ ideas. Allow students to explore problems from different perspectives (social, cultural or political ) and help educators demonstrate the application of know-how and know-why in natural settings.

Courses
  • Let’s Build a Canoe
  • Let’s Play the Ukulele
  • Let’s go Fishing
  • Let’s Create an Da Kine