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Possible Answers: STEM, RIM.

Random information on the term “STEM”:

STEAM fields are science, technology, engineering, and mathematics, together with art. STEAM is designed to integrate STEM subjects and the art of design in education. These programs aim to teach students to think critically and have an engineering or design approach towards real-world problems while building on their mathematics and science base. STEAM programs add art to STEM curriculum by drawing on design principles and encouraging creative solutions.

One early founder of the STEAM initiative is Georgette Yakman,[who?] who in addition to raising the idea of adding the arts to the STEM acronym, claims to have found a formal way to link the subjects together and correspond them to the global socioeconomic world: “Science and Technology, interpreted through Engineering and the Arts, all based in elements of Mathematics.”[citation needed] She provides professional development training to individual educators and programs on how to use the STEAM framework.[citation needed] In 2009, Senator Mark Warner announced Yakman’s nomination as NCTC’s STEAM Teacher of the Year 2009.

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Random information on the term “RIM”:

The rim of a coin is the up-raised part of the coin that completely encircles the diameter on both obverse and reverse sides. Not to be confused with the edge of the coin, which is also known as its “third side”.

This is the part which exceeds the area of the die which strikes the coin during production, and as a result is pushed upward and sharpened to form a sort of border around the coin’s design. The raised rim reduces wear on the face of the coin.

For accessibility purposes, the rim of the coin is sometimes milled with certain patterns in order for the blind to more easily distinguish between coins. In Australia, the two dollar coin has periodically distributed around its edge a short set of grooves, which alternate between the smooth rim, whilst the one dollar coin has a larger set of grooves, and the similar sized ten cent coin has grooves continuously about its edge.

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