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Powering Science and Engineering Economies: How to Teach STEAM?

Joe Bradbury is a STEM expert with over 18 years’ teaching experience, specialising in science. He is currently the lead Education Product Designer at Primary Engineer, a not-for-profit organisation that brings engineering into the classroom and trains the next generation of educators as an Associate Tutor at Edge Hill University. As technology evolves to match the…

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A practical guide: How leaders can make evidence-based decisions about STEAM provision

Dr Fiona Aubrey-Smith is an award-winning teacher and leader with a passion for supporting those who work with children and young people. As Director of One Life Learning, Fiona works with schools and trusts, professional learning providers and edtech companies.  At the heart of effective STEAM leadership lie the strategic decisions that shape what STEAM…

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Cristina Balbas talks STEAM – A Spanish Perspective

Cristina Balbas is the co-founder of Escuelab, a Spanish social enterprise that provides access to practical, interactive scientific education. Escuelab promotes research vocations and helps children develop skills for the future.  Aside from founding Escuelab, Cristina has a PhD in Molecular Biomedicine and is also trained in early childhood education. Cristina is passionate about developing skills for the future,…

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Welcome to the world of STEAM

If you’re not sure what STEAM is, how to teach it, or why teaching STEAM is important for the future, you’ve come to the right place. STEAM is a learning approach that uses science, technology, engineering, arts and maths to develop children into curious learners, creative problem solvers and critical thinkers. For many educators and…

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