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If you’re interested in learning more about the broader STEAM movement – and the research behind it – check out some of these sites. The research is clear: STEAM improves learning and engagement for students of all ages. That’s why many of the world’s most prestigious education and research institutions are involved in promoting STEAM.
STEAM + STEM Education Resources and Project Ideas for Teachers from Concordia University-Portland College of Education
Specific ways in which students can benefit from STEAM in the classroom (Condordia University-Portland)
What do we know about STEAM in early childhood education? (Georgetown Hill Early School)
School Education Gateway / BERA (British Educational Research Association)
Building a STEAM Curriculum: 7 Things To Incorporate Into Your Program (EdTech Magazine)
Succeeding in the 21st century means learning how to think, not what to think (MIT and Nord Anglia Education)
Engaging Students with Culturally Responsive Arts Education (University of Minnesota)