What is STEAM?
"STEAM" is a teaching/learning concept that the fields of science, technology, engineering, art, and math often work together to solve complex problems and make the world a better place. STEAM education teaches students to take thoughtful risks, persist in problem-solving, embrace collaboration, and work through the creative process. All of these areas of study are worth celebrating and worth teaching tomorrow's leaders!
2021; STEAM Week
In April 2021 we celebrated science, technology, engineering, art, and math (STEAM) with B-PC's youngest learners, and as always we loved including outside contributors as well!
We brought a special STEAM learning segment to our students every day of April through various activities, prompts, and video submissions.
Check out the awesome learning that took place, and join us in looking forward to future STEAM initiatives!
Vaughn & Bushnell Manufacturing Company
Yetter Farm Equipment
Western Illinois University Physics Department
Mrs. Jones' Junior High Math Class
Mr. Rodeffer's High School Math Class
Mr. Luke, Civil Engineer, US Navy
B-PC Elementary School Faculty & Staff
Ludlum Food Mart
2022; Olympic STEAM Games
Event #4: Curling
Students watched videos on the olympic event of curling and learned a lot! This mysterious event involves a great deal of science and engineering... Students created their own curling stones and rink to explore different factors that made the game more and less successful.
Which B-PCE classroom can collect the most canned food items in the school for our local food pantry? Send in your canned food donations with your B-PCE student.
STEAM at Home
steam in our community
You're invited to try some of these easy, at-home STEAM projects with a parent or guardian! A parent or guardian can post pictures of at-home STEAM adventures to Facebook or Twitter with the hashtags #proud2BPC and #STEAMathome so we can share them with our online school community.
Questions? Email Lisa Webb at firstname.lastname@example.org