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STEAM stands for Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Mathematics. It’s a collaborative approach that emerged in the early 2000s, focused on developing new approaches to education, research and innovation that are better aligned with the skills and approaches needed to tackle 21st century challenges.
At STEAMhouse, we have a dedicated team responsible for working alongside academia, business and society to explore how collaborative approaches can enrich learning and problem-solving activities.
And that’s of its essence. For some it means putting the Sciences in the Arts. For some, putting the Arts in the Sciences. For some, it’s a political statement on the value of different types of knowledge. For others, an attempt to find connections.
For us, the most important thing is that the Arts and Sciences are treated with equality. Equality in the sense of opportunity. Equality in the chances for analytical and creative approaches to be fully expressed. Equality in our commitment to using the widest range of ideas to drive innovation.
The STEAM Studies bi-annual Journal is a peer-reviewed scholarly online journal, which aims to publish a combination of theoretical, experimental, conceptual and empirically informed research. The journal seeks contributions from researchers, scientists, technology innovators, engineers, artists, practitioners, and professionals exploring transdisciplinary practices.
The journal will develop, enhance and test debates relating to STEAM and it strives to be an inclusive community with open access to to readers at no cost.
As education explores strategies to equip students with the skills and knowledge they’ll need to be innovators in a 21st century workforce, there has been a growing emphasis on STEAM. That’s why, in addition to our work with industry, we’re focused on supporting Birmingham City University to develop STEAM-based, interdisciplinary teaching and research
STEAM approaches teach students how to think critically, problem solve and use creativity, it prepares students to work in fields that are poised for growth. If you’d like to find out more about how we can support your work, get in touch.
When Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Mathematics collide, the possibilities are endless. Our annual, international STEAM Conference brings together global researchers and practitioners to present, discuss and experiment with the latest STEAM thinking.
The STEAM Conference provides an important channel for exchange between institutions and individuals who are actively shaping what STEAM is and understanding the value it has to 21st century global economies. To be the first to know about our next conference agenda or to put forward your research, get in touch below.