Innovating approaches to STEM
Education in science, technology, engineering, math, computer science, and other high tech 21st century skills (STEMx) is key to social innovation and economic opportunity. HP launched the Catalyst Initiative to explore how technology can be used to create powerful STEMx learning experiences -- and the new HP Catalyst Academy offers a rich range of mini-courses that will assist teachers in implementing these innovations.
Catalyst in action
The HP Catalyst Initiative is a network of leading educators, education institutions, and key stakeholders in selected countries who are exploring innovative approaches to STEMx education. By combining technology with expertise, we can empower great teaching and create transformational learning experiences for students.
HP Catalyst Academy
The HP Catalyst Academy offers a rich range of online mini-courses for STEMx secondary and higher education educators.Learn more
The Multi-versity consortium explores new ways to provide online STEM education to post-secondary, secondary, and adult students.Learn more
The Pedagogy 3.0 consortium examines the future of STEM teacher training, including how to prepare teachers to facilitate 21st-century learning experiences for students.Learn more
The Global Collaboratory consortium enables students to address urgent social challenges through group problem-solving, using the power of collaborative grid computing.Learn more
The New Learner
The New Learner consortium engages formal and informal education organizations to explore how to build a network of learning opportunities for students.Learn more
The Measuring Learning consortium is developing ways to assess STEM competencies that are often not evaluated in school.Learn more
New for 2011 is a consortium that will address novel ways to combine STEM education with the skills and passion of entrepreneurship.Learn more