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  • STEAM education includes the disciplines of science, technology, engineering, arts, and mathematics.
  • There are Facebook pages for STEAM Education.
  • The National Art Education Association has a position statement on STEAM Education that teachers can share with administrators, other teachers, and parents.
  • The Rhode Island School of Design has led the way in supporting STEAM Education.
  • Art teacher extraordinaire Theresa McGee has published a free iBook on STEAM Education you can download from iTunes.
  • A great example of a meaningful STEAM project is Doodle 4 Google’s annual design contest, open to students in grades K-12.
  • The 2014 winner was an 11 year old girl, Audrey Zhang. Each year the contest has a different theme and the entry must include a written passage.
  • Maker Faires are a fun place to explore STEAM. Look for one in your locale.
  • There is also a Maker Faire Facebook page.
  • SchoolArts Magazine publishes STEAM studio lessons. This one is for high school.
  • This SchoolArts STEAM lesson is for elementary.
  • Augmented Reality is a new way to insert technology, using an app called Aurasma. The author of this article presented at the 2014 NAEA National Convention in San Diego.
  • A middle school SchoolArts STEAM lesson.
  • A great art and math combination: tessellations.
  • Even kindergarten and first grade study metamorphosis. Why not make it an art project?
  • You may be familiar with TED Talks, but did you know that there is a TED Ed site? Through this site, you can create a lesson around any TED Talk or YouTube video.
  • Take the TED-Ed tour to get started.

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  • 1. Online Resources The Art of Math Animoto http://animoto.com/playf2Fd9fzS1US158Q5alMkcw Hidden in Plain Sight Animoto http://animoto.com/play/IibdkBMR5pG0bVmtDKL64g Nancy Walkup nwalkup@netzero.net www.slideshare.net/nwalkup 16 Ways to Add STEAM to STEM, Theresa McGee http://theteachingpalette.com/2014/04/04/16-ways-to-add-steam-to-stem/ SchoolArts Studio Lessons with STEAM http://www.schoolartsroom.com/2014/06/schoolarts-studio-lessons-with- steam.html