We use the steam model of education, which aims to raise individuals that will contribute to society with their talents and skills. STEAM is an educational approach to learning that uses Science, Technology, Engineering, the Arts, and Mathematics as access points for guiding student inquiry, dialogue, and critical thinking. It ensures that learning is permanent through interdisciplinary knowledge transfer and eliminates the classical method of education.
We use the 4C method in our lessons, which is the main idea of STEAM education. “Communication” (to be able to share ideas with friends), “Collaboration” (teamwork), “Critical thinking,” and “Creativity.” Students first determine the problem. In solving the problem, they recall the topics they learned in science, social sciences, mathematics, and by using their skills related to technology, engineering, and design, they reach a solution.
The process of research, observation, and analyzing results, which forms the basis of STEAM studies, is used in science, computer, maker, and lego-robotic workshops.
Our students prepare their project-based studies in Turkish and Social lessons under STEAM, using the concepts of technology, mathematics, engineering, and art, and make presentations.
National and International Competitions
Our students prepare for the International Hour of Code Event and FLL (First Lego League) Tournaments in our STEAM laboratories and successfully represent our school in these events.