It's never too early to start learning
With today's advancing technology, there is a need for more personnel in the STEM fields. HTML is here to encourage and spark interest in these subjects today. We want to see more women in the STEM workforce of tomorrow.
The scientific method includes observing, forming questions, making predictions, designing and carrying out experiments, and discussing. Even infants and toddlers are using a basic form of the scientific method as they explore and discover the world around them!
When we think of technology, cell phones and computers often come to mind. But the “T” in technology also stands for any type of man-made object. Technology includes simple tools such as pulleys, wheels, levers, scissors, and ramps.
Math is number and operations, measurement, patterns, geometry and spatial sense. From birth until age five, we explore everyday mathematics, including informal knowledge of “more” and “less,” shape, size, sequencing, volume, and distance.
Higher Tech Minded Ladies conduct weekly classes each semester on Southern Adventist University's campus. During class we mentor our students in the STEAM fields to encourage them to choose a career in science, technology, engineering, art, or mathematics. To view pictures and videos of our Higher Tech Minded Ladies classes, visit our Instagram, Facebook, and YouTube pages linked in the upper right hand corner of this site.