A lot of discussions on innovative educational methods center around S.T.E.M. approach and its benefits. S.T.E.M. can easily become a cliché if this is not understood well. Among host of topics, S.T.E.M. is often loosely equated with robotics, but it must be understood that S.T.E.M. is not just about ‘robotics’ or ‘3D printing’ but much more than that. Integration of S.T.E.M. involves problem solving , high order thinking, creative thinking as well as having an “engineering” or “maker’s mind-set”. Practicing stem integration in learning promotes high order thinking and also results in deep understanding of topic. S.T.E.M. approach should therefore take up the center stage in teaching.