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The potential benefits of divergent thinking and metacognitive skills in STEAM learning: A discussion paper

@inproceedings{McAuliffe2016ThePB,
  title={The potential benefits of divergent thinking and metacognitive skills in STEAM learning: A discussion paper},
  author={M. McAuliffe},
  year={2016}
}
In the wake of an almost decade long economic downturn and increasing competition from developing economies, a new agenda in the Australian Government for science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) education and research has emerged as a national priority. However, to art and design educators, the pervasiveness and apparent exclusivity of STEM can be viewed as another instance of art and design education being relegated to the margins of curriculum (Greene, 1995). In the spirit of… Expand

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