1. What six things does STEAM emphasise?
  • Collaboration
  • Communication
  • Research
  • Problem Solving
  • Critical Thinking
  • Creativity

2. What does the STEAM acronym stand for?

  • Science
  • Technology
  • Engineering
  • Art
  • Mathematics
    3. Where does MIT think we will find all of the latest scientific and technological development?
    MIT believes that the latest developments in both science and technology can be discovered through the interplay of the subjects in STEAM. MIT thinks this as students begin comprehending the way that certain subjects interlock and overlap with one another and the other subjects can confidently address the issue.
    4. What is a makerspace? Have you seen/experienced one? Share your experience here?
    Makerspace — an area that enables students to be creative thinkers using tools/materials which they would not usually engage with.

I have not personally witnessed a makerspace whilst being on prac. Although I would love to experience a class where there is a makerspace in action. I am sure that over my degree I will have the chance to be exposed to this.

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