STEAM Is the New STEM: How You Can Bring It to Your School
This event took place on Tuesday, May 3, 2016, 2 to 3 p.m. ET.

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How do educators prepare students for jobs that don’t even exist yet? Now more than ever, it is important that students engage in STEAM learning in order to be ready for what is around the corner. STEAM—adding Arts to STEM—provides a full, 360-degree approach to 21st-century learning.

This webinar will give you the inspiration to start your own STEAM learning initiative in your school or district as well as the necessary tips, tricks, and tools for implementing a successful program. You’ll hear from educators including Helen Mowers and Anna Adam from Killeen Independent School District in Texas. Find out how STEAM permeates the curriculum and how tools such as littleBits get students inventing and reimagining the world around them.

Guests:

Erin Mulcahy, education product strategy lead, littleBits

Anna Adam, administrator, Killeen Independent School District, Texas

Helen Mowers, administrator, Killeen Independent School District, Texas

Moderator:

Sean Herdman, associate publisher, sales & marketing, Editorial Projects in Education
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