I have delivered STEAM programs across Melbourne and the uptake has been phenomenal. I have worked with various schools such as Melton Primary School to teach young students about robotics, systems engineering, coding and technology.
I have also worked with other professionals to develop customised solutions that are tailored to fit the pedagogical needs of different schools.
Students really enjoy hands-on learning that is authentic, which is why STEAM continues to gain momentum. I work with teachers across Melbourne to deliver these experiences, and the academic outcomes are testament to the power of this pedagogical approach.
STEAM allows students to problem-solve in a meaningful and fun manner. STEAM also fosters students' curosity and it encourages a life-long love of learning.
Students work together to complete tasks, which builds friendships and develops team work capabilities. STEAM can be thought of a pedagogical approach that is student-centric and learner orientated.
STEAM is notable for its capacity to build resilience in students; a necessary characteristic that will underpin their future academic success. Experiments and projects provide students with opportunities to develop their interpersonal skills and emotional intelligences.
STEAM increases students' capacity for collaboration by encouraging them to work together towards a common goal. STEAM can also re-engage students who have disengaged from traditional teaching practices.
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