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A Case Study of Integrated Practice Activities in Primary Schools for STEAM Education

Mengzhu Wang, Yuxi Deng, Ruihuan Zhang


Through the comprehensive application of knowledge in various disciplines, STEAM education allows students to learn
based projects via in a situation, which promotes stimulating students' interest in inquiry, improving application awareness and practical
ability. Based on the concept of STEAM education, the project "Lantern Fish" was an example to explore the implementation and challenges
of applying STEAM education to comprehensive practice activities in primary schools.


STEAM education; Comprehensive Practice; Practical ability

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.18686/modern-management-forum.v6i11.6646