3rd - 5th Grades

Description:

S.T.E.A.M.  is a curriculum based on the idea of educating students in four specific disciplines — science, technology, engineering and mathematics — in an interdisciplinary and applied approach incorporating art as a medium for learning.  Rather than teach the four disciplines as separate and discrete subjects, STEAM integrates them into a cohesive learning paradigm based on real-world problems.

 

Prerequisite:

The ability to cut, paste, glue, follow directions, and work with others

Christina Taylor

 

Phone: (530) 718-8369
Email: urbanartsyouth@gmail.com

Course Details

Day: Wed
Period: 3

Frequency: Once per Week
Class Duration: Semester

Course Cost:   $120
Materials Cost:   $0
Materials Required

Textbook:

 Schoology account. Classroom code will be provided at start of semester

 

Other Materials:

Lab worktext and folder to keep work organized

Payment Information

Private Funds Accepted? Yes

Cash: Yes
Check: Yes
Paypal: No

Charter Funds Accepted? Yes

Forest: Yes
Horizons: Yes
Inspire Charter School: Yes
South Sutter: Yes
Visions: Yes

Instructor Biography

I have always had a love for learning every since I was a child.  I have studied dance since the age of two: Ballet, Jazz, Tap, World Dance styles, and Hip-Hop. I received my B.A. in Multicultural Education from Sonoma State University and began working as a Program Coordinator for at-risk youth.  It was an amazing experience and it solidified my desire to serve the youth.  

Over the past 20 years I have had the opportunity to teach k-12th grade and community college courses.  This has given opportunity to work with a variety of families and students. During my 20 year journey I was trained in Behavioral Management and have worked specifically with children on the Autism spectrum.  This training has allowed me to serve as a special education aide as well as in-home behavioral services and case management.  

I'm also a mother of two children who I have homeschooled, my son 16 and my daughter 5.  It is very important to me that I provided students with room to create, question, explore, and grow in an environment that strengthens their academics.