This year the STEAM project aims to imagine the city of the future in 2070. This project involves more than 225 students working on different themes and has the merit of encompassing all academic subjects transversally and horizontally. Teachers, as well as students, were involved in this project, which brings together classes from year 6 to year 11.
On the morning of December 12th, secondary students met to get the latest information to get the most out of their STEAM project. Year 9 students focus on artificial intelligence or the household, while students in year 10 and FLE classes question health, food, clothing, technology and medicine of the future.
In their classrooms, the students organized work spaces and began compiling the data obtained in their survey. During the second work period, they created a pin and chose a location for it on the map at their disposal.
After the break, Mrs. Gaillard went to see the students and explained some additional details relating to the ideas that must emerge from the document about Super Heroes. In every group, each student was assigned a well-defined task to complete. Thus, everyone felt engaged in the project.
During the last period of the morning, the students went to the junior refectory to present their projects by group. Everyone spoke in turn and read a slide created as a group. Everything went very well and the teachers admit to being particularly pleased with the students' work and their implication.
The continuation of this beautiful project remains to be followed on February 21st during a second morning of work