EP Student Participates in
“The 3rd International STEAM Camp”
From 17th – 21th of October 2016,Thornthan Sirichanyakul of EP-M3/1 (ID.48975), participated in an event called “The 3rd International STEAM Camp”, organized by the National Science and Technology Development Agency (NSTDA) at Sirindthorn Science House and the National Science Museum of South Korea.
This camp integrated 5 subjects together: Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Mathematics. The advantages of using STEAM Education are that we can bring Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Mathematics together in order to make learning fun and more efficient, and we can create new inventions as well!
The benefits of participating in this camp were: cooperating with new people, learning about new technologies, increasing new creative ideas, studying the Korean culture - together with the history of the Samsung Company - and learning how to use drones in effective ways for communication in the future.