Learning Studios are a great example of STEAM learning in action. They’re designed to engage students in memorable and valuable learning experiences.
For over a decade, STEM programmes have been widely discussed in schools and by education thought leaders. But recently, a new movement has taken over. The addition of an “A” – the move from STEM to STEAM – and the suggestion that the arts should be incorporated into the cross-curricular learning model, has caused controversy.
Be creative with tech
My last two blogs have covered how you can use technology to teach both sports and languages. However, with arts and music, it’s not a case of teaching, more encouraging with technology. Students who have the right tools and technology have the opportunity to create anything they wish. They can use their imagination and with software like Windows Ink and GarageBand, the world is their oyster when it comes to being creative. Continue reading Arts and Music Academy Special