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Department of Education, Sidho-Kanho-Birsha University, West Bengal, India
STEAM pedagogy also known as STEAM education. Before STEAM it was STEM, Georgette Yakman is credited with updating STEM into STEAM by adding the Arts domain. It is an educational approach that integrates Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Mathematics into an integrated curriculum. The aims of the STEAM Pedagogy are to develop an all-round individual who can think critically, solve complex problem, adapt to technological advancement and contribute to society through innovation and creativity. The study mainly focuses on STEAM pedagogy and students’ attitude towards STEAM. The study was mainly frame with five objectives which focused on the attitude towards SREAM among the PG Students. This study also categorized the attitude towards STEAM pedagogy according to demography variables like gender, stream and residential background of the learners (urban, rural). The study was used descriptive survey research design which covers 100 sample, selected through simple random sampling technique. Here the researchers used self-made Likert type five-point attitude scale for data collection and t- test was used for data analysis. The study provided many significant findings which mainly uncovered the attitude level of PG students towards STEAM pedagogy.
Attitude, STEAM, Pedagogy, STEAM Pedagogy, Education
Pampa Rani Mahata, Shaktipada Mahato, Laxmiram Gope. (2023). University Students Attitude Towards STEAM Pedagogy. Research & Development, 4(4), 143-149. https://doi.org/10.11648/j.rd.20230404.14
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