PostedFriday, July 28, 2017 at 11:05 AM
Looking for a way to build student interest in STEM? Uninspiring introductory courses are a leading reason students steer clear of STEM. This course in effect is a collision of art, engineering and math, highlighting how art is central to bring beauty, elegance, and life to the STEM field by opening student’s eyes to a world of patterns, shapes, and artistic designs using 3D modeling.
Spatial visual thinking is three-dimensional perception that involves analysis, pattern recognition, & problem solving; skills which form the foundation for many disciplines & play a direct role in determining a student's career choice.
Researchers continue to highlight the connection between early spatial skills and creativity, along with the consensus that spatial ability is a must for those hoping to excel in the STEM fields.