From STEM to STEAM: Using Brain-Compatible Strategies to Integrate the Arts by David A. Sousa

From STEM to STEAM: Using Brain-Compatible Strategies to Integrate the Arts

Book Title: From STEM to STEAM: Using Brain-Compatible Strategies to Integrate the Arts

Publisher: Corwin

ISBN: 1452258333

Author: David A. Sousa


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Build the skills mathematicians and scientists needA is for arts and for the advantage students gain when you integrate the arts into daily STEM instruction. As research in cognitive and social neuroscience shows arts activities enhance creativity problem solving memory systems and analytical skills all critical for achieving STEM success.Now David Sousa the best-selling author of How the Brain Learns teams up with veteran arts educator Tom Pilecki to bring you. Details of brain research connecting STEM and the arts. Teacher-tested techniques for fitting the arts into STEM classrooms. Sample lesson plans across K-12. A worksheet template for designing your own arts-integrated STEM lessons. Tips for managing time and collaborating. Real-life examples and anecdotes. Strategies for involving the whole school community in STEAM initiativesThe main objective of both art and science is discovery. Help your students make that connection and STEAM on to academic successFeatures. Title - From STEM to STEAM. Sub Title - Using Brain-Compatible Strategies to Integrate the Arts. Authored - David A. Sousa. Primary Author Affiliation - International Educational Consultant. Other Author - Tom Pilecki. Binding - Paperback. Pages - 280. Publication Date - 14-Mar-13. Primary Subject Code - Brain-Friendly Teaching Learning - CF2. Copyright Year - 2013. Item Weight - 20 oz.About the AuthorDr. David A. Sousa is an international consultant in educational neuroscience and author of 15 books that suggest ways that educators and parents can translate current brain research into strategies for improving learning. Dr. Sousa has a bachelors degree in chemistry from Bridgewater State University a Master of Arts in Teaching degree in science from Harvard University and a doctorate from Rutgers University. Tom Pilecki MA is the former executive director of the Center for Creative Education CCE in West Palm Beach Florida where for twelve years he provided professional development to over one hundr