Students were informed about the development of modern science and technology, future prospects, and an excursion to the Gazakh Cement Plant was planned.
It should be noted that the STEAM educational method is based on the idea of teaching students in five areas: Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Mathematics in a joint and integrated way. Unlike the traditional approach to teaching science and technology, STEAM education shows students the application of scientific and technical knowledge in everyday life through practical training. This approach teaches students engineering skills and instills them in real-life problem solving. STEAM subjects prepare students for life, regardless of their choice of profession.