STEAM programmes are typically hands-on, practical, group-based activities. But school closures have forced educators and learning spaces to reimagine their STEAM classes. The innovations made during this time will definitely change STEAM learning forever. How can educators continue to deliver interactive STEAM experiences for students in a hybrid learning environment, and what are some of the learnings and challenges?

Moderator – Karen Taylor-Brown, CEO/Publisher, Refraction Media/Careers with STEM
Panellists – Scott Sleap, Project Leader STEM Industry School Partnerships Program | Learning and Teaching Directorate, NSW Department of Education; Jessie Robieson, Learning Innovation Specialist, Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa; Tristan Benson, Secondary STEMinn Teacher, Stamford American School: Hong Kong; Louie Dasas, Faculty, University of Santo Tomas Senior High School

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