STEAM is the integration of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics infused with meaningful arts integration. STEAM utilizes the arts as a vehicle for demonstrating what has been learned, while increasing creativity and teaching “habits of mind” that can be applied to any subject.
Proposed GA STEAM Certification Program
A 30-day review process is being conducted for the K-12 STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Mathematics) certification program. The STEAM certification program presentations and rubrics were designed with the same language and requirements as the existing STEM certification program with the addition of a fine arts component.
The below draft STEAM guidelines, rubrics, and presentations will have 30 days of public review and comment from March 1st, 2016, through March 30th, 2016.
Survey opportunities will close on March 30th, 2016, 5:00 PM EST.
Input Survey for Proposed STEAM Program
After you have reviewed the draft STEAM certification program materials below, and reviewed the existing STEM certification program, please click on the following link to access a short survey to provide your feedback about the STEAM certification process.
Survey for Feedback of Proposed STEAM Certification
Drafts of Proposed STEAM Certification Program
Please click on the following links to access the proposed STEAM Program requirements.
STEAM Certification DRAFT Documents
The STEAM certification programs align with the GA STEM certification program and share a common vocabulary, timeline, and design.
STEM Georgia Certification