Integrating Arts with STEM to Foster Systems Thinking

By Elizabeth Grace, Molly L. Kelton, Jeb P. Owen, AnaMaria Diaz Martinez, Alison White, Robert W. Danielson, Patricia Butterfield, Michaela Fallon, and Georgia Schafer Medina

Interest is growing among out-of-school time (OST) educators in integrating the arts into STEM (science, technology, engineering, and mathematics) programming (e.g., Kelton & Saraniero, 2018). Arts-integrated STEM—or STEAM—programming now takes place in a wide variety of OST environments, from relatively institutional learning settings, such as a library, to emergent or fluid settings, such as a pop-up program in a housing development community room.

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