Northumbria University’s Visit to STEMRES Nigeria

Between 22nd June and 29th June, Academics from the University of Northumbria, UK will visit STEMRES Learning Initiative. As part of this visit, a joint working group of personnel from the two institutions will engage with education and government officials across Lagos, Ekiti and Ondo States.

For better Education

Our Mision

To encourage, support and sustain the interests and choices of young people in Nigeria in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM). This we do by:

Creating

Creating exciting and interesting exposure FOR young people TO explore Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics and the exciting opportunities it offers in career and life as a whole.

SUPPORT

Supporting governments, businesses and schools in developing strategic programmes and interventions targeted at increasing in-and out-of-school engagement in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics

RESOURCES

Assisting primary and secondary with resources and expertise to start and run effective STEM and MAKER clubs.

Since 2014 we have been engaging with young people and teachers across primary and secondary schools in Nigeria

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OUR VOLUNTEERS

This great work is made possible by our volunteers, fondly referred to as STEM Ambassadors. Some of our featured ambassadors are:

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LATEST NEWS

Latest news and events from STEMRES Learning Initiative

Digital literacy and STEM education outreach for public school students and teachers

Digital literacy and STEM education outreach for public school students and teachers

Between August to November 2018, STEMRES Learning Initiative successfully

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Testimonies

initially I can say here in Ekiti State science teacher use traditional method and thank God when stem came we were invited for a seminar we thought it was business as usual but after the first day we realised it was not business as usual…

Mr Adebodun Olusegun

Physics Teacher

As a teacher personally I can say I am a better teach now, I now know how to get the students to be fully engaged and that, I also know that they need to be motivated, because in the programme we were taught to motivate our students…

Mrs Igbalajobi

STAN Secretary, Ekiti

The enthusiasm from the teachers now is high, like the last training we had which was on robotics and scratch programming. I want to tell you that government has really gained a lot

Mr Eweje

STEM DeskOfficer