STEAM Methodology for Primary Teachers

Hosting Higher Education Institution:
ATC Language Schools Dublin & Bray
Institution website:
Monday, 15 July, 2024 to Friday, 19 July, 2024
Maximum number of participants:
Deadline for applying:
Friday, 5 July, 2024
Accommodation provided
Contact person details:

Location: ATC Dublin

Maximum group size: 15

Minimum Level of English: B2

Applicable for Erasmus+ KA1


Dublin Course Dates 2024:

Monday 15th to Friday 19th July

Monday 29th July to Friday 2nd August

Monday 12th to Friday 16th August

*Courses can also be organised year-round for closed groups in our Dublin City Centre or Bray school.


Course Description: 

This practical STEAM methodology course looks at engaging, collaborative and interactive activities that primary teachers can use to create cross-curricular lessons that focus on STEAM subjects (Science, Technology, Engineering, the Arts and Maths). This course specifically focuses on the effective set up, delivery and assessment of project-based lesson content and how it can encourage learner autonomy and 21st Century Skills.

The main aim of this course is to help primary teachers:

- plan STEAM lessons that will suit their particular subjects and learner needs while ensuring a cross-curricular focus,

- understand how to integrate digital literacy, sustainability, inclusion and diversity into project-based STEAM lessons and materials,

- develop materials, select digital resources and design activities which are engaging and motivating for students,

- focus on learner autonomy, project-based learning and deliver STEAM lessons in a student-centred way.


ATC’s 1 week STEAM for Primary Teachers course can be combined with another Teacher Training and Development course or a General English course, to form a 2-week programme, contact us for details.

For teachers applying through the Erasmus Plus scheme the OID for ATC Language Schools is E10133233.


For more course choices please see the link – ATC Teacher Training & Development.

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