Families and children of all ages gathered at the UTC Challenger STEM Learning Center for the first-ever STEAMagination festival on Saturday, Oct. 21, a celebration of science, technology, engineering, art and math. The Challenger Center promotes career exploration for children, provides STEAM learning labs and simulated space missions and often hosts field trips and summer camps for K-12 students.
Now in its fifth year, “Still Images of Trust” is a dual project—held in the social work course “Pre-Field I”—between Mary Andrews, associate lecturer in the Department of Social Work, and Laurie Melnik-Allen, executive director, professor of practice and Lyndhurst Chair of Excellence in Arts Education.
An educational partner with the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga, Battle Academy has been named to a group of 22 schools selected statewide for its Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Mathematics program (STEAM) programs.
“Trust is not something you can touch. It’s something you feel emotionally.”
The Wolf Trap Early Learning Through the Arts program shows professional artists how to bring their skills into classrooms and blend them with teachers’ lesson plans.
Theatre graduate earns a 2020 Arizona Thespian Teacher of the Year award.
Wolf Trap Foundation for the Performing Arts will collaborate with UTC’s Southeast Center for Education in the Arts (SCEA) to bring arts-based teaching and learning programs to early childhood classrooms in Chattanooga and a 17-county service area. It is the first time the Wolf Trap Institute for Early Learning Through the Arts has worked with a university in this manner.