Putting the "A" into STEAM
Adding art to science, technology, mathematics and engineering can take many shapes and serve many purposes. It can be a way to make a complicated topic easier to understand, it can be a chance to put theory into practice and have some fun at the same time.
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We invited our friends Brett Salakas, Cathy Hunt and Laura Bain, all education experts, to discuss this topic in our latest roundtable. The session was hosted by our own Greg O’Connor, Head of Education for Texthelp Asia/Pac.
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During our discussion our 3 expert panelists take a look at the relationship between art and creativity with science and maths subjects.
Tune in for expert insights on:
- What the “A” in STEAM means to our experts
- Helping students to stop solving maths problems and start exploring them
- How technology can help every learner embrace STEAM subjects
- Art across the curriculum
- How Ed-Tech can be used in creative and artistic ways to create collaborative workspaces, and encourage critical thinking.
Greg O’Connor - Asia Pac Head of Education, Texthelp
Laura Bain- Head of Emerging Technologies and Innovation at Matthew Flinders Anglican College
Cathy Hunt - Visual Art, Design Technologies and Digital Technologies Teacher.
Brett Salakas- HP Education Ambassador
In this roundtable discussion we explore how putting the "A" into STEAM creates a more connected curriculum. Helping to bring subjects to life for students.
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