- Lower School
- Middle School
- Upper School
STEAM is a comprehensive learning model that integrates literacy in Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Mathematics. This combination of creativity, problem-solving, critical thinking, and evaluating evidence yields profound learning outcomes for our students.
At the September 23 meeting of the Lincoln School Parents Association (LSPA), STEAM took the forefront. STEAM Director, John Diego Arango and Lower School Technology Specialist, Erin Broderick presented on this new and exciting program.
The goal of the new STEAM program is to create strong community collaborations as the cornerstone to the success of the students in their education programs.
As part of the curriculum, students across all divisions are presented with problem-solving prompts that foster innovative responses. Some of those prompts may be to build an unsinkable boat, create a sculpture that makes music in the wind, or to solve a problem using just the materials on a table.
Broderick and Arango are hard at work implementing this program across the school.