STEAM again!

September 23, 2011


“Science and technology aspire to clean, clear answers to problems (as elusive as those answers may be). The humanities address ambiguity, doubt, and skepticism – essential underpinnings in a complex, diverse and turbulent world.” – Dr. Alan Brinkley

During the last year or so I have written many posts on STEAM, not STEM that have provided you with outstanding articles and a variety of information to help you become better acquainted with the STEM initiateive and now STEAM.

The website called STEAM and has useful information including power points from webinars on 1) Arts and Education Webinar 2) Neuroeducation: Learning, Arts and the Brain and, 3) The Arts, Creativity and Cultural Education: An International Perspective. The first link is a power point from the webinar.

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