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Meghan Michaud
Teacher

Making STEAM: The Role of The Arts in STEM Education, NOVA education

Presentation Published 10/16/14 Last updated on 5/16/18

Streamed live on Mar 24, 2014

Meghan Reilly Michaud is a current RISD Trustee, and past Alumni Association President. In addition to her RISD degree, Meghan holds an MEd in Secondary Education, and currently teaches art in Andover, MA. Tune in as NOVA Ed picks Meghan's brain about her experience as an ardent promoter of STEAM— STEM education integrated with the arts.


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Content Standards
21st Century Skills Framework
ISTE NETS-S
Communication and Collaboration, Creativity and Innovation
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Antwone Morris

Posted on 4/22/17 9:21:54 PM Permalink

​I'm so glad these discussions are happening! Key idea mention is "Innovation = Art + Design," is too true. If you look at the most popular artists and architects of all time, they were also mathematicians and in general scientists. Most notably, Leonardo da Vinci made dozens of inventions. We must stop treating arts and science as separate entities when the marriage of the two is quite natural.

Jennifer Fas

Posted on 12/5/14 5:47:27 AM Permalink

Geometry and art are very closely related. Art can make transformations (both rigid and non-rigid) tangible for different learning styles in geometry class.

Sandra Hodges

Posted on 10/17/14 10:22:42 PM Permalink

Yes! I am very interested and doing STEAM in my own way in my classroom.