What are some good options to study STEAM concepts with students?

What are some good options to study STEAM concepts with students? - Brainsteam Education


stem steam kids augmented reality


There are many different options for studying STEAM (science, technology, engineering, art, and math) concepts with students, some of which include:

  1. Robotics: Robotics is a great way to introduce students to the principles of engineering and programming. You can use robotic kits to teach students how to build and program robots to complete various tasks.

  2. Coding and programming: Coding and programming are essential skills in the digital age. You can teach students basic coding concepts using visual programming languages or coding platforms like Scratch.

  3. Science experiments: Science experiments are a fun and engaging way to introduce students to key scientific concepts. You can use simple, hands-on experiments to teach students about topics such as electricity, gravity, and motion.

  4. 3D modeling and design: 3D modeling and design software like Tinkercad or SketchUp can be used to teach students about engineering and design principles.

  5. Art projects: Art projects are a great way to introduce students to the connection between art and technology. You can teach students how to use digital tools such as Photoshop or Illustrator to create digital art.

  6. Game design: Game design can be a great way to teach students about programming, math, and storytelling. You can use game design software like Construct or GameMaker to create games.

  7. Maker-space activities: Maker-spaces are a great way to get students interested in STEAM subjects. They provide an opportunity to tinker, create and invent with various materials and tools.

  8. Augmented reality: Virtual reality is an innovative way to teach students about different concepts. You can use AR technology to create immersive educational experiences that are hard to replicate in real life.

Remember that each student is unique and has different learning styles, try to accommodate different ways of learning and explore different options to see what works best for your students.

Start your children’s day with an intergalactic exploration or experience life from the minor form of existence to one of the colossal creatures that lived thousands of years ago. You could even travel through the comforts of our app to experience the fascinating structures from around the world with the Complete set of our 4D Augmented Reality (AR) Flash Cards. Every card will open the doors to a different world with its detailed animations. Foundational information is played over audio for enriching the learning experience. Use the free Brainstem app (available on App Store and Play Store) to bring dinosaurs, cellular life forms, planets, and landmarks to life. The AR cards allow interaction in a multi-dimensional interface. 

Back to blog