If you want to make STEM-focused courses more attractive to prospective students, this article may help you think through your approach.
STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) is the most popular undergraduate course in Israel, according to the Israeli Education Ministry.
This year, more than 5,000 students took it.
But as part of the government’s goal to attract more students from Israel’s more remote regions, it also wants to make sure that the course is designed to prepare students for a career in the field.
The main aim of this effort is to help students who are interested in a career as engineers, software developers, computer scientists, or designers, according Toav Harsh, the chief of the department of engineering at Hebrew University.
In order to make it possible for them to prepare for the field, the government also encourages students to take an advanced mathematics course, which is the second-most popular course in the country.
This means that they are required to take a math class, which helps them prepare for a future in computer science.
In the last years, the education minister has made an effort to create a more “STEM-friendly” education, and this is the reason why, according Harsh and the education ministry’s Chief of Staff of the Ministry of Education, Prof. Eli Nissim, we need to develop a STEM curriculum.
The curriculum, Harsh said, is very important for the students who want to go into the fields of science, technology and engineering.
In order to do this, the minister has set up a new department for the curriculum, called the Techno-Tech program, which aims to improve the quality of education in STEM fields.
In addition to the course in mathematics, the department also includes courses in computer engineering, computer science, information systems, and physics, which focus on the physical principles of technology.
The ministry has also developed a program called the “STEMs-in-a-box” which aims at giving students a way to connect STEM courses with the university and other institutions in order to encourage students to study and take courses.
This way, the ministry is trying to improve education for students who don’t want to take advanced courses in the fields that they’re interested in, as well as those who are looking for opportunities in the workforce.
“We need to be more creative in our approach to these subjects, as we need people to think about what they’re doing and what they want to study,” Harsh told The Jerusalem Times.
“It is very difficult for students in the sciences to get a degree if they want a job.”
To achieve this goal, the new department also is looking to change the curriculum and improve the amount of STEM courses.
Harsh noted that there are some classes that don’t fit in with the curriculum.
For example, the Hebrew University of Jerusalem’s Computer Science and Engineering (CSCE) course has a requirement that students have to have a B.S. in mathematics or physics or be interested in computers.
The ministry is also looking to improve courses in other fields.
“In other fields, like mathematics, we have to create courses that are not in line with the curricula of the universities, which will make students think about whether they want or can continue their studies,” Harsher said.
The department is also working on ways to make courses more “accessible” to students.
According to Harsh:”It’s really important to make a program that gives students the opportunity to choose between more advanced courses and more basic courses, which means more choice and flexibility for them.”
While the ministry wants to help the students, the university wants to ensure that the courses are taught in a way that is both appropriate and relevant to their needs.
According to Harshers, the goal of this new program is to make things easier for students, especially those who have limited resources.
“There are a lot of students who have a lot less than they should have, who have to spend a lot more money on a course than they would be able to afford,” he said.
In addition, the school wants to improve teaching methods, especially in the STEM areas.
According a spokesperson for the school, this year the curriculum was made more “advanced” to reflect the demands of students in fields such as electrical engineering, aerospace engineering, and chemistry.
“The department has taken some initiatives to make classes more accessible to students who can’t afford the courses they want,” said the spokesperson.
“The department also has taken steps to improve its teaching methods in the areas of math and science.”