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This guide is intended to help you research topics in Early Childhood Education, and find the resources you need for the your assignment in ECCE 2116.
What is STEAM?
STEAM stands for Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Math. Each of STEAM’s five subjects share a common approach and focus.
They require gathering and using evidence to create knowledge or solve problems.
STEAM learning happens naturally everyday as children explore, play, and try new things.
When young children have the opportunity to investigate the world around them, they learn and experiment with new STEAM skills and theories.
Research shows there is a positive relationship between early STEAM experiences and future success in school.
Understand STEM and Children use it
This article from the National Center on Early Childhood Development, Teaching & Learning explains what STEAM is how it relates to the classroom.
STEAM Early Childhood Video