Category: STEAM (Science Technology Engineering Arts & Math) Education


Catching Up: An Observational Study of Underserved Primary and Secondary Student Mindsets When Introduced to Educational Robotics

Student attitudes toward STEM subjects decline as they progress through primary and secondary school, making interventions even more critical for students in these age groups. Integrating educational robotics into the classroom has been shown to increase student perceptions of STEM topics while also having many other positive learning benefits such as increased mastery of STEM


Using UTAUT to Explore the Acceptance of High School Students in Programming Learning With STEAM Education

Many countries incorporate programming into primary education; the application of artificial intelligence robots in programming education is what the future holds. The current study mainly compares the differences between the two teaching methods of Programming using traditional single subject teaching and STEAM cross-disciplinary teaching. Through the data of Unified Theory of Acceptance and Use of