CONSTRUCTION OF STEAM EDUCATION ACTIVITIES FOR PRESCHOOLERS AGED 5-6 TOWARD THE ENGINEERING DESIGN PROCESS
This study was conducted to propose principles and procedures for developing STEAM activities for 5-6-year-old children in preschool towards the Engineering Design process. The primary research method is analyzing and synthesizing domestic and foreign documents and designing educational activities. The initial overview research results show that applying the Engineering Design process in construction and organizing STEAM activities for 5-6-year-olds is appropriate and feasible. The principles, design process of STEAM activities and specific illustrative examples presented in the article will be documents for preschool teachers to reference and apply to improve the quality of children's education in the preschool.
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