STEAM is NOT STEM
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What’s the difference between STEM and STEAM?
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STEM vs STEAM
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What is STEAM? STEAM incorporates all the elements of STEM, but adds art to the mix. Examples of common STEAM projects include growing crystal gardens and creating seed necklaces. These projects are science-based, but also incorporate artistic expression. What is STREAM?
STREAM adds one more layer to STEM and STEAM: reading and wRiting. The purists want the focus to remain on the core STEM principles, arguing that there are already enough arts in their approach. The STEAMers believe that since arts are already a part of STEM, that adding the recognition may bring more people in and create more robust programs. These critics argue that we need to add a letter to STEM, an “A” for art and design to be specific.
That’s how STEAM was born. Proponents of STEAM argue that adding art and design to the equation gives STEM curriculum a more global vision. Think. STEAM is similar to STEM, but includes an A for the arts.
The inclusion of “Arts” is in the broad sense of the word. It encompasses liberal arts, language arts, performing arts, fine arts, graphic arts, music, etc. Why add in arts, and what does it have to do with the other STEM fields?
STEAM is the combination of science, technology, engineering, arts, and math. Through the arts, complex STEM information is made relevant and understandable to everyday people. STEM and the Arts: How they are connected Innovation and creativity are required components of STEM, both of which are deeply rooted in the arts. In modern education, the method commonly called STEM (science, technology, engineering, and math) has become the modus operandi many schools are choosing to focus on. But in recent years some schools have begun to incorporate a more artistic focus on the STEM system.
This system is called STEAM. The STEM vs. STEAM debate has brought into focus the importance of studying the arts. With a STEAM education, students can explore a broader range of interests; some may naturally excel in science and technology, and others may enjoy exploring their artistic side.
The short answer is NO they’re not that different, but to clarify, the long answer sounds a little like this NGSS and STEAM/STEM are not completely different, but they are also not the same. Comparing the two would be similar to comparing apples to oranges. First, STEM was being promoted as the important subjects needing new emphasis in schools. Then, suddenly, STEAM became a new acronym promoting the same type of skills. The added “A” is for art, meant to show an emphasis on using creativity and design principles.
The key difference between STEM and STEAM is that STEM is an educational approach that integrates Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics whereas STEAM is an educational approach that integrates Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Mathematics. Science, mathematics, Engineering, and Technology are areas that were traditionally taught at schools and.
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