At Platon schools, we understand that times change, and together the way our students learn. In an effort to provide more than dry knowledge, we have designed a program for students of all levels of the school that will offer them a different way of thinking and learning.
So we created, for elementary and high school students, a STEAM teaching program (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Mechanics) that combines exploratory and the method of "co" creation (co-creation). The knowledge and skills that we consider necessary for students are acquired by exploring, creating and playing.
In this way we enhance the students' creative thinking, their computerized thinking, collaboration, problem solving ability, investigation and many other abilities and skills.
The tools we use to achieve these goals are software for creating graphics, digital games, robots and special software for learning robotics as well as simple everyday materials for creating tangible games.
The implementation of the STEAM program is greatly supported by the participation of our school in European programs of similar theme that enable our elementary, gymnasium and high school students to take part in various activities, to collaborate with their peers from all over Europe and help plan education for the future.
You can see all the European Programs of the Platon Schools here.