The critical importance of Arts in science


Previously referred to as STEM education, STEAM education stands for ‘Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Mathematics’, a term used to describe a method of educational focus on these subjects in schools, colleges and other learning institutions.

This is a term that is becoming more and more popular to the ears of teachers and students alike and, right now in the educational sectors, it seems to be all anyone is talking about. The term is used by educational facilities to empower teachers, allowing them to give their students project-based assignments that cover all of these subjects.

STEAM education, currently introduced to individuals during their college years, is set up to teach students how to thinking critically, enabling them to problem solve effectively and use creative thinking to drive forward and complete projects using new methods, tried and tested solutions and using their own initiatives.

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