Embrace STEAM education in your classroom
STEAM is an integrated learning approach to Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Mathematics that encourages students to apply creative solutions to real-world problems.
In an Australian first, the Victorian editions of Oxford Science 7–10, Oxford Humanities 7–10, and Oxford Maths 7–10 each feature fully scaffolded, curriculum-aligned STEAM projects at each year level.
Take the hard work out of cross-curricular projects
Each project has been designed to meaningfully cover Science, Humanities and Maths content, and is accompanied by a comprehensive suite of teacher resources, including videos, teacher notes, implementation advice and assessment.
Empower students to become curious learners
STEAM projects encourage students to work collaboratively, make connections between learning areas, and use design thinking to solve real-world problems.
Gain the confidence to run STEAM classes
Supported by a wealth of digital teacher resources and guidance to design thinking pedagogy, STEAM projects provide teachers with comprehensive support and flexibility for implementation.
Live Professional Development events for Teachers
Cross-curricular learning through STEAM
Helen Silvester Katrina Davey Edward Shin
Join Science and STEAM expert Helen Silvester, Humanities educator Katrina Davey and Maths educator Edward Shin as they discuss a cross-curricular approach to delivering STEAM.
This session will present STEAM through the lens of Design Thinking, examine the opportunities and challenges of STEAM in Secondary schools and discuss strategies for implementing STEAM effectively in your school. There will be an interactive Q&A at the end of the session.
Attend this live event to receive your choice of a complimentary Oxford Science, Oxford Humanities or Oxford Maths resource,* plus free sample content.
*Complimentary resource terms and conditions
Complimentary resources will be provided upon publication. Only available to practicing secondary school teachers. One complimentary title per attendee; teachers who attend both webinar sessions will only receive one complimentary resource. Maximum of two copies per subject area per school, to be distributed at the discretion of OUP Secondary Educational Consultants.