STEAM does not have to stop if school closes, especially with a good strategy and technology usage. Laying the foundations and key purpose of STEAM classes and the areas where digital tools are employed is vital to enable students to execute STEAM projects from home. The change of curriculum and class time has also enabled students to do more in STEAM, devoting more time to their areas of interest.

Moderator – Justin Kilgore, Steam Coach, Shanghai Singapore International School
Panellists – Clint Hamada, PK-12 Educational Technology Coordinator, International School of Beijing; Todd David, Middle School Teacher, Math & Technology Specialist, Seoul Foreign School; Michelle Jensen, Stem Teacher and Librarian, Dulwich College Shanghai Puxi; Michelle Dennis, Head of Digital Learning and Innovation, Strathcona Baptist Girls Grammar School


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