Using LEGO in STEAM Subjects: Delivering the Curriculum through Hands-On Learning | Primary Special Schools

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Steve Bunce Robotics partnerships teacher and STEM Ambassador
Webinar 1hr

This webinar will offer expert insight into the benefits of using LEGO Education as part of a STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Maths) curriculum to develop crucial creative and critical thinking skills. It will also guide teachers on how to prepare for LEGO Education lessons and implement these into the curriculum.

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For: Leaders, teachers and teaching assistants

Aim: This webinar will offer expert insight into the benefits of using LEGO Education as part of a STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Maths) curriculum to develop crucial creative and critical thinking skills. It will also guide teachers on how to prepare for LEGO Education lessons and implement these into the curriculum. 

Why this webinar’s important: With the re-introduction of ‘Arts’ back into STEAM, it’s important that schools adopt a variety of approaches to support this area of STEAM – using LEGO in the curriculum is one way of doing this. The use of LEGO in the STEAM curriculum can engage pupils, enhancing learning across subjects and supporting the development of essential creative skills. It is therefore important that teachers know how to successfully implement LEGO Education into their lessons and the wider curriculum.