STEAM Education Case Studies

Our mission is to help everyone learn the essential skills of coding and critical thinking. The case studies that we offer on this page provides insight into how to hold STEAM courses, how to design your own courses in six easy steps, and even how to engage parents in their childrens’ science and technology education.

Give Real, Problem Focused, Technology Infused and Integrated STEAM a Go!

STEAM can help the teachers take advantage of each student’s unique character and inspire learners to come up with their own ways of approaching and solving problems. It allows them to explore according to their own curiosity. During the project process, it is common to design something based on the project requirement, test it, find a problem, and then go back to earlier steps to make an improvement or totally change the original design.

A Proper Approach to Inspire the Next Generation’s Innovation and Intelligence Development

We believe the best way of learning should be through first-hand experience. Developing children’s curiosity to learn is a critical component. The junior ‘Frog Parade’ project builds an understanding of how the ultrasonic sensor detects objects ahead. Robots are prepared to simulate a frog jumping and stopping. If instructions aren’t followed precisely, the frog always hits the front one – creating a lot of fun in class and prompting students to realise it’s necessary to apply the ultrasonic sensor in this project.

How to Design STEM Courses in Six Steps

Over the past two years, ARS Education has organized over 50 science, technology, engineering and mathematics STEM events. These events aim to promote a new approach to revolutionize education and introduce the innovative educational philosophy among thousands of parents and students. With a large amount of curiosity and interest, parents are very impressed by our STEM teaching outcomes. They are keen to know how the courses are designed and prepared to spark kids interest and their learning initiative. Here is ARS Education’s guide to designing courses in just six steps.

How to Engage Parents in the STEM Innovation Program

Learn how to use mBot to encourage children’s natural curiosity and sense of wonder about the world, and engage parents in their STEM education. How to design projects that can implement the cross-disciplinary approach, spark the kids’ curiosity and the passion for life learning and most importantly to pass the learning outcomes to the parents and get them engaged to the STEM is a challenge for the program provider.