Archive for ‘About Our STEAM Programs’


2017 ITEEA STEAM Virtual Conference

Announcing Our 1st STEAM International Conference now available as sessions you can view online! A variety of sessions  by global practitioners  available individually through the links below  or all for a discount at the bottom of the list!  Choose from the following: Lesson Examples: STEAMing up MS with TX ISD’s (Wright) STEAM Program Leaders Experiences […]


STEAM talk explores relationship between art, science in education

By Katie Camero Published Article: Full Article Below: STEM is an acronym concerning the numerical and experimental side of education, standing for science, technology, engineering and mathematics. However, art and design were added to make STEAM — a new policy in K-20 education that teaches students the value of art and design for innovation. […]


STEAM Education January 2017 Newsletter

Read the latest STEAM Education news and updates in our January Newsletter!


STEAM Summit Two Will Link Education, Business, and Government

‘STEAM Summit Two Will Link Education, Business, and Government’ Newport Daily News


June 22nd Hot Springs, AR – Georgette Yakman will Keynote at the Arkansas ASCD Conference

Georgette Yakman will deliver the Keynote at the Arkansas ASCD Conference in Hot Springs, Arkansas on June 22nd. In her presentation “STEAM – FUNctional Literacy for All!”, she will review the development of STEAM and how it evolved from the STEM movement. She will offer many examples and ideas for simple projects to try. This will also include the deeper […]


STEAM Training in Minneapolis, MN

Announcing STEAM Education Certification PD Training in Minneapolis May 18-19!


STEAM Lab at the Boston Arts Academy

An announcement about the exciting STEAM Lab being developed at the Boston Arts Academy


STEAM Education Certification Winter Camps

STEAM Education Certification Winter Camps in Chicago Jan 19-20, Atlanta Jan 30-31 & San Jose Feb 16-17


New STEAM Subreddit

ANNOUNCING the STEAM Education subreddit!

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