STEM to STEAM Education: Using Art as a Gateway to Learning

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Wednesday, April 29
1:00 pm – 2:00 pm EDT

Many corporations engage students with hands-on STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) education programs. Increasingly, educators are understanding the value of interdisciplinary learning in eco-literacy, particularly the STEM to STEAM movement that integrates art into the STEM learning process. This webinar explores how to develop impactful STEAM programs to influence the next generation of leaders.

You’ll learn:

  • How incorporating art into STEM learning is more than just about producing art—it’s about what that art evokes
  • How STEAM can allow learners to articulate what they value and reimagine what might be beneficial for habitats and species
  • How to transition STEM learning to STEAM learning as a route to community engagement

Who should take this webinar:

  • Those wanting to start or enhance a conservation education program for students
  • Anyone interested in learning more about incorporating STEAM learning into their programs

Presenter:

  • David Taylor, Assistant Professor of Environmental Humanities, Stony Brook University
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