Archive for ‘STEAM Education’

Jun302017

ITEEA STEAM Workshop

STEAM Education Professional Development Workshop at ITEEA’s 80th Annual Conference April, 2018 from 8:00AM to 5:00PM Presented by: Georgette Yakman Hosted by: The International Technology and Engineering Educators Association (ITEEA) promotes technological literacy for all by supporting the teaching of technology and engineering and promoting the professionalism of those engaged in these pursuits. The workshop includes: […]

Jun292017

Second International / US STEAM Conference Strand

Calling all STEAMed Up Educators! Join us April 11th – 14th, 2018 The 2nd STEAM Conference Strand is powered by the ITEEA’s 80th Annual Conference and STEAM Education.   Apply to present HERE!   More conference information HERE!   Our 1st Conference was recorded and is now available online!  Subscribe to the Virtual Conference Here!   […]

May222017

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 […]

May132017

May 13th – 14th Al Kifah Academy Training

Georgette Yakman recently flew to the Middle East to train the first official full school STEAM Education program in the region. Here is a brief account of the training sessions with the first set of 7 curriculum directors from the Al Kifah Academy of Hofuf, Saudi Arabia. A quick video clip announcing STEAM’s arrival for Al Kifah’s […]

Apr152017

[Observation] STEAM teaching and learning

By Joe Feng-day / Capital Normal University Department of Educational Technology Published Article in Chinese: http://www.cnstedu.cn/cms/contentmanager.do?method=view&pageid=view&id=cms0d2422d088e14 Full Translation of Article Below: STEM is an acronym for science, technology, engineering and mathematics. “It is designed to enable students to participate in learning based on activities, projects and problem solving. It provides a hands-on classroom experience where […]

Feb042017

STEAM Education February 2017 Newsletter

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

Feb032017

STEAM talk explores relationship between art, science in education

By Katie Camero Published Article: http://dailyfreepress.com/2017/02/02/steam-talk-explores-relationship-between-art-science-in-education/ 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. […]

Jan022017

New way of teaching picks up STEAM in EMSB schools

By Katherine Wilton Published Article: http://montrealgazette.com/news/local-news/new-way-of-teaching-picks-up-steam-in-emsb-schools Download PDF of article Full Article Below: Shortly after becoming principal at Pierre Elliott Trudeau Elementary School, Anna Sanalitro knew something had to be done with the school’s seldom-used computer room. The room had about 18 computers that had become obsolete because they were too old and too slow. […]

Nov172016

STEAM Founding Researcher invited as Keynote Presenter at CEEIA Conference & WMEA Meetings

  Follow Us On WeChat!   We are honored to announce STEAM Education’s CEO & Founder Georgette Yakman invited to present a Keynote at the CEEIA conference and attend the 2nd Annual Meeting of World Maker Education Alliance November 17- 21, 2016 in China’s Nánníng city, Guăngxī Province STEAM Relevant news from the trip! The […]

Jun062016

STEM to STEAM Critical Article and STEAM Founder’s G. Yakman’s Response

Adding an ‘A’ to STEM is madness Evan, I understand your concerns for STEM education and what some may believe to be the crux of the STEM to STEAM movement. Although, I would frame it as a step in the right direction towards whole-person contextual learning. I will agree that there are numerous programs out […]

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