Quality Standards for STEAM Education
Pedagogy first, technology second
Our Youth Trainers
Hi everyone, my name is Angel. Im from Taiwan and I study education in NTHU. I got to know more about STEAM when I was in my freshman year. Different from listening to a boring lecture, STEAM exposes students to a creative atmosphere and increases critical thinking. It’s time for you to show off your impressive talents, COME JOIN US!
Hi, I’m Ashley, an aspiring preschool educator from National Tsing Hua University. My experiences with young learners reveals that skills such as 'observation', 'problem identification and solving' are important in our daily life. And that’s part of STEAM education. So let’s join me in my STEAM Education journey.
Hi, this is Jenny, a student in National Tsing Hua University. My first major is Education for Sustainable Development, second major is Learning Sciences and Technologies. I learned how to solve problems with creative ways and multiple methods to guide student through these two expertises. Welcome to join our Tsing Hua Steam family!
Hi everyone, my name is Joy. I’m study Interdisciplinary Program of Education in NTHU. STEAM course is our school brand new teaching method. At present, I try to use STEAM to stimulate children’s critical thinking to fix their problems in life. I also love to give a try at different teaching methods in my college life
Hello everyone my name is SHAN.
I am a student from KIPE in NTHU. My major is Learning sciences. Actually I learned STEAM when I was a fresh man. However I learned a lot during the courses. We care more about letting students to explore by themselves. We care about critical thinking and problem solving. Join us and enjoy a brand-new learning way!!
My name is Yung Chun Hsu. I am the third grade students of the department of education and learning technology in National Tsing Hua University in Taiwan.
I agree that education has for its object the formation of character. For that reason, I am willing to dedicate my whole life to education.