EA SMART LABS
STEAM is a curriculum based on educating students in the disciplines of Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Mathematics. Escuela Americana students will get hands-on experiences and unstructured time to explore and invent. STEAM education foster’s students’ ability to become better problem solvers, thinkers and effective members as they work in teams.
EA’s engages students in a place where they can problem-solve, collaborate, communicate and build other skills necessary for college and career success. Imagine a classroom where learning is truly personalized and students are intrinsically motivated to achieve more than they ever thought possible.
WHAT IS STEAM EDUCATION?
STEAM is an educational approach to learning that uses Science, Technology, Engineering, the Arts and Mathematics as access points for guiding student inquiry, dialogue, and critical thinking.
WHAT BENEFITS WILL IT BRING TO ESCUELA AMERICANA STUDENTS?
Escuela Americana’s STEAM Lab initiative provides students with an interactive learning opportunity which brings together hands-on and virtual learning in an differentiated environment. Students are responsible for making decisions about their learning which will empower and motivate them to learn and grow in an innovative environment. Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Math activities will be the basis for learning and will challenge students to improve their communication, collaboration, critical thinking, problem solving, information literacy, and adaptability skills.
Students participate in activities such as: circuitry, renewable energy, graphic design,programming, web design, and robotics.
Our labs are led by highly trained teachers who will participate in professional learning opportunities on-site and in the United States. The training will be ongoing and adapt to the continuously improving STEAM Lab environment.
Essentially, STEAM skills ensure that our students will be able to compete in this ever-changing world and the global marketplace of the future.
STEAM education fosters the development of students who are: