STEAM vs STEM Education: Should we include Art in STEM Education?

STEM education has been very prevalent these days as the need for graduates in STEM careers increased. Young Learners of the future may not yet have decided what career path they want to take, and on the other side, regardless of the industry or profession, employers seek well-rounded candidates who possess both hard and soft skills.

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Maker’s Asylum announces a new skill-building program under their flagship program, “Innovation School.”

To thrive in today's fast-changing world, Skills and Academics need to go hand-in-hand. Since Skills and Academic competencies are interconnected, today's young talents need to be agile to the changing nature of work and world needs.

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Frugal Innovation in a crisis: The Digital Fabrication maker response to COVID-19

The rapid spread of COVID-19 has led to a global shortfall in essential items, turning many countries into resource-constrained environments. In response, an unprecedented number of do-it-yourself hobbyists (i.e. makers) have started to use digital fabrication tools to produce critical items.

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Coronavirus Outbreak: Community-oriented initiatives, marked by efficiency and generosity, are helping society’s most vulnerable

From Kanaga Varathan's team in Tamil Nadu working for the trans community, to the support Caremongers have offered to the disabled and elderly, initiatives led by ordinary people have helped thousands to survive the lockdown put in place to counter the coronavirus pandemic

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