Advancing STEM Through Culturally Situated Arts-Based Learning

Colleagues

I am an invited guest at this very interesting NSF STEAM workshop which looks

at  Advancing STEM Through Culturally Situated Arts-Based Learning

 

I would be happy to bring to the attention of the group examples of projects

that address Advancing STEM Through Culturally Situated Arts-Based Learning

 

Please post the information 

Roger Malina

 

“Advancing STEM Through Culturally Situated Arts-Based Learning” is a unique workshop being organized by the Digital Media Program at Georgia Tech and sponsored by the National Science Foundation. It will take place on March 28 and 29, 2014, in Atlanta, GA. The workshop brings together artists, learning scientists, educators, and others to explore and discuss methods for increasing partcipation of underrepresented ethnic groups in STEM through cultural art/design and digital media.

http://dm.lcc.gatech.edu/~ngaskins3/NSF_Workshop_2014/index.html

 

4 Comments

  1. I would like participate in the workshop, “Advancing STEM Through Culturally Situated Arts-Based Learning”. Is the workshop welcoming international participants? I am Founder and Chief Executive Officer of STEM Education (STEM-Z) of Zambia. The aim of STEM-Z is to enhance science education and to promote science awareness.

  2. Hi Roger,

    Having background in Arts/Science I have been involved in three STEM EU projects

    http://research.shu.ac.uk/engineering-for-life/index.html

    http://aboutflow.sems.qmul.ac.uk/

    http://intercrossing.wikispaces.com/

    also wrote something as

    http://www.academia.edu/2990040/Performative_Science-_Reconciliation_of_Science_and_Humanities_or_the_End_of_Philosophy_Dossier_edited_by_Hans_H._Diebner
    VESNA MILANOVIC, Re-Embodying Science – Corporeal Science in
    Enhancing Peoples’ Lives – Engineering for Life
    …………………………………………………..93

    so it might be of some interest for you.
    Best wishes,
    Vesna

  3. Good day,

    I have been invited to the workshop, “Advancing STEM Through Culturally Situated Arts-Based Learning”. Thank you for your suggestion.

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