VIGO COUNTY, Ind (WTWO/WAWV) — Some Vigo County school teachers are the ones learning over the next two weeks during lessons in STEM.

STEM stands for science, technology, engineering and math.

The STEM education workshops are taking place at Woodrow Wilson Middle School and are taught by Rose-Hulman professors and staff.

They’re instructing teachers on learning methods that will help them prepare their students for success in STEM fields.

“I look forward to bringing it back to the classroom and allowing my kids to put their hands on it, to understand it, to put it all together,” said 8th Grade Science Teacher Scyndy Strange. “To just enjoy coming to class and being engaged in learning.”

This partnership between Vigo County schools and Rose-Hulmanis in its 14th year.