This week’s blog spotlights a new specialty class at The International Preschools. The STEM (science, technology, engineering, math) program begins this month and take place bi-weekly through the end of the school year in our 3s, 4s, and 4s/5s classrooms. The curriculum has been brought to us by NORY, a company founded by Peter Seo and Matthew Trainor.
The International Preschools is excited to introduce a STEM (science, technology, engineering, math) curriculum into our Green, Pre-K, and Junior K classrooms this winter. The program is brought to our school by NORY, a company founded by two fathers, Peter Seo and Matthew Trainor. The basic foundation for their business is to teach children the core “soft skills” necessary for the next generation to thrive. According to the NORY website, When these children enter the work place, “….more jobs will have been displaced by machines. Rather than finding work, our children will have to invent their own. In the waves of change, some children will paddle to stay afloat or surf on the waves, while still others will create the waves. NORY was founded by two dads committed to nurturing the wave makers. It all started with a single question, ‘What do we want our own children to do?'”