Using STEAM education results in students who take thoughtful risks, engage in experiential learning, persist in problem-solving, embrace collaboration, and work through the creative process.
We believe it is important to encourage attempts, rather than focusing on results. Every engineering project is an iterative process. The best way to learn something new is by testing out ideas, building prototypes. The important thing is not the end result, it’s the journey exploration. We encourage everyone to embrace challenges with a great deal of humour, curiosity and courage because we believe that problem solving with a positive attitude fosters immense creativity.
Benefits of STEAM
STEAM education produces a whole host of benefits, such as developing soft skills (creativity, problem-solving, collaboration), increasing engagement and motivation, and personalizing the learning experience. STEAM projects require students to systematically think through problems, applying the information they learn along the way about technology and engineering to figure out the best solutions.
We provide the following Enrichment Programme for Schools /institutes:
Maker with Design thinking workshop
Cardboard Sculpturing Art
Young Inventor workshop
3D modelling/ 3D Pen Art workshop
Coding workshop with microbit and quirkbot
What People Says
First time seeing Strawbees lessons and there are so many possibilities in linking to maths concepts and acquisition of soft skills.
Hazlina, Science Teacher
Students were well engaged during the entire time of the Strawbees Playmaker and Team Building Challenge workshop. The workshop was a great platform for students to showcase their creativity and critical thinking skills. The Team Building Challenge acted as a form of added motivation to work more collaboratively and to be more creative.
“As a Computer Engineering student, I am highly interested in hardware development. Thanks to the Strawbees workshop I attended, I now understand the hardware design process and appreciate the work that goes into creating the finished product.”