Berkshire’s STEAM Program provides students with opportunities to be designers, creators, innovators, risk-takers and entrepreneurs. In STEAM, students are asked to identify and tackle authentic problems in context and design solution-based prototypes using interdisciplinary approaches that bridge science, technology, engineering, math, and the arts. STEAM at Berkshire also fosters the true spirit of collaboration and teamwork to accomplish more than what would have been accomplished with a singular approach. By bringing together the diverse talents of Berkshire students and faculty, the STEAM program fosters a school-wide movement of collaboration and experimentation.
STEAM specific courses include Engineering, 3D Design, iOS App Development, as well as integration with Bio Mathematics, Environmental Studies, Sustainability, Digital Music and more.
STEAM teacher Kate Cerruti and Tony Amolo '13 checking in from Atlanta, Georgia at the National Science Teachers Association Conference! #NSTA18 pic.twitter.com/HhvPLviKme— Berkshire School (@BerkshireSchool) March 16, 2018
*Literally* walking on eggshells in STEAM! #scienceisawesome #gobears #STEAM pic.twitter.com/1NQRmd3uJz— Berkshire School (@BerkshireSchool) December 8, 2017