Skills in Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) are becoming an increasingly important part of basic literacy. In the classroom of today students should be engaged in inquiry-based learning, a student-centred approach to learning, which goal is to enhance students’ ability to reason and to become independent learners. ICT (Information and Communication Technology), when used in a proper way, encourage this approach and provide tools, which resemble tools and technologies used by “real” scientists and engineers, i.e. allow student to ‘mimic’ scientific and engineering practices. Click on the subject below to find out how CMA products can help you to improve your STEM Education.