We live in the age of technology and digitalization and automation are changing the world of work and society to a degree never seen before. Not a day goes by without new application scenarios. How can schools prepare their students for the ongoing changes in the world? Which professions and skills will be in demand in the future? What we need is not a revolution of the STEM-subjects but rather an evolution meaning, we need to reflect on the past and to think of the future. Let us look at two examples indicating such evolutionary changes in teaching and learning strategies in the STEM subjects. We will start with mathematics, the language of science and technology. The second example should show a new orientation of science, technology and engineering.