STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) education curriculum helps students integrate into a technology-driven world and develop practical life skills. It is crucial to prepare the next generation of students for the future workforce. Teaching STEM to visually impaired students gives them equal opportunity. Main goals of this model is to improve Critical thinking, Problem solving, inquiry and collaboration skills among students. Many career opportunities avialable in India even for visually impaired student.
Mathematics in STEM is the most important element, because it is needed to Engineer new Technologies, as well as understand, model and make new Science discoveries. Applying mathematics during engineering design challenges can help children develop critical thinking, problem solving, and communication skills through following methods.
Since most of the stem curriculum is taught in the “chalk and talk” method, it
is difficult for
students with low vision to follow the same.So there is a need to modify all the
concepts and ways of learning that suit our students.
Best way to teach is not spoken but through objects that they can feel and