The Arm School Program is working with key partners and driving initiatives to help close the STEM skills gap for K-12. Through learning resources and training, our goal is to give all learners the opportunity to develop the interest, skills, and knowledge that support a lifetime of engagement in STEM.
Teachers and Learners
Through the educational research we support and the training we develop, we are working with our partners to give teachers and learners of Computing and STEM subjects the support they need in the classroom.
The Arm School Program also develops curriculum-linked teaching and learning resources for Computing and STEM subjects. A key aim is to improve student engagement in Computing and STEM. Follow the link below to download examples of our resources.
We engage with key stakeholders to support best practices in STEM education – from teachers and schools to EdTech companies and university research groups.
We work closely with key education and technology partners and leverage the capability of Arm’s technology architecture, innovation and wider partner ecosystem to develop a compelling program that will help close the STEM skills gap globally. The program offers:
- Teaching and learning resources
Including lesson plans, teaching materials, demo code, project-based learning, interactive online resources and assessments
- Continuing professional development (CPD)
Leveraging Arm’s capabilities and resources and working closely with key partners to offer “train the trainer” workshops and webinars, theory, pedagogical advice and support
Keep up to date with the Arm School Program by following us on social media or signing up for our newsletter. In addition, our webinar 'Introducing the Arm School Program – supporting teachers in closing the STEM skills gap" is also available on demand.