STEAM learning happens naturally everyday as children play and discover, so how can educators apply this to the classroom? From fun activities with Ozobots and Sphero balls to experimenting with beeswax wraps as an alternative to single-use plastics, Bronwen has extensive knowledge in implementing STEAM activities that can be assessed and mapped to the current school curriculum.
Student learning in primary school is all about exposure to new tools, activities and thinking. In secondary school, learning activities should focus on innovative thinking and explorative problem-solving. No matter the age group, STEAM Ahead Australia can tailor classroom learning activities to your preference.
Using the latest research and practical learning methods, STEAM Ahead Australia can support your school and educators in the following ways:
Professional Development for all educators to apply a STEAM learning framework in active learning environments.
Mapping STEAM programs and activities to the current school curriculum.
Consulting on your school’s STEAM approach and recommending best-in-class products for STEAM learning activities.
Using STEAM to communicate and explore STEM concepts to all students.
Develop a customised sequence of learning experiences for students across learning stages 1-6 (K-12) of the primary and secondary curriculum.
Measure and identify student dispositions towards STEAM-specific abilities for Gifted & Talented programs.