The popular STEAM education movement defines science, technology, engineering, arts, and math as the essential disciplines needed for success in the 21st century. Yet, many educators who support the concept of STEAM education, question how the educational system will equip our students with appropriate values to guide them through the inevitable challenges of the 21st century?


In response, Edu-STEAM has developed a broader approach to STEAM education by meaningfully integrating STEAM disciplines with the classical faith-based and philosophical sources and values that are the foundation of Western civilization. Edu-STEAM’s blended and distance learning classes combine the rigor of STEAM exploration with the insights of traditional values that have shaped Western culture.

Edu-STEAM topics include:

Protecting Our Planet's Greatest Gifts

From the earliest stories in the Book of Genesis through the wanderings in the desert, the Biblical patriarchs were challenged by water and other environmental crises. The students learn how caring for our planet started in the times of the Bible. Students then learn what we can do to ensure that the next generations will have a thriving world in which to live.

Orchestrating Change: The Impact of Music on Emotions

The Bible is replete with the use of musical instruments for therapeutic purposes, to inspire courage, to rally diverse people to a common cause, and to bring joy. The shofar, a common Biblical instrument, has become a symbol for the human capacity for change and renewal. By studying Biblical instruments, students consider how instrumentation can be used today to inspire personal and communal growth.

Rising to the Occasion: Lessons of Unleavened Bread 

Why do leavened and unleavened bread play such an important role in the Biblical exodus from Egypt?  Students study the science and history of bread making to gain insights into the dynamics of slavery and freedom, and to develop an appreciation of why the Biblical exodus continues to serve as a universal inspiration for human rights causes.

Wonders of the World: Ancient Technology and Modern Dreams

The Wonders of the World were built in ancient times, without the use of today's modern technology. Students learn how these structure were built and how the principals of physics and math made these structures actual realities.

Looking to the Past to Design Cities of the Future

What will the ideal smart city of the future look like? Students analyze ancient building codes to discover the values and the engineering that can serve as a guide for developing cities that respect personal space and privacy, protect the security and safety of its residents, and ensure sustainable supplies of resources.

Behind the Biblical Miracles

Understand the science behind some of the Bible's most well known miracles. Students learn how some of these miracles can be explained scientifically, and the lessons we can learn from these famous stories.

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