The importance of STEAM for children and the future webinar

With Steven Katz, The Interantional School of Kuala Lumpur, Ryan Ball, Design and Technology Association and Fiona Murchie, Managing Editor of Relocate Global.

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Read the article, STEAM: embedding the skills for tomorrow, today by Ruth Holmes

Bio: Ryan Ball, Director of Education, Design and Technology Association

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Ryan has been a D&T teacher since 2002, teaching in the U.K., Middle East and Malaysia. He has taught students from age 7 to 18, with his students winning awards for the highest marks in the country and world. He has presented at various educational conferences in Dubai, Kuala Lumpur, Singapore and Madrid. In 2018 he founded ‘Youth Made Initiative’ which was voted as one of the top 100 educational initiatives in the world. He has been an Ofqual consultant for many years, was previously F1 in Schools' In-country coordinator and his students have attended four world finals. He is a D&T author of several books and a certified Autodesk trainer and content writer. He now works full-time for the D&T Association as director of education.

Bio: Steven Katz, ES Coordinator, The International School of Kuala Lumpur (ISKL)

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Steve Katz is the Elementary School Technology Coordinator and has been at The International School of Kuala Lumpur since 2015, where he loves working with students of all ages. During his career, he has been called upon to teach a variety of different subjects and has enjoyed his various roles such as Director of Educational Technology, Professional Development Coordinator, and University Professor. Steve is an Apple Distinguished Educator, ISTE CAP Trainer, authorized Google Education Trainer, and Apple Professional Development Specialist, and he presents regularly at conferences worldwide. You can check out what Steve has been working on at

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