Welcome to the Journal of STEM Arts, Crafts and Constructions! The goal of our new journal is to support arts integration into STEM subjects (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) through publication of editorials, research articles, and practical articles.
See the Aims and Scope for a complete coverage of the journal.
The Journal is seeking new submissions. Please see the author guidelines and submit your manuscript through this website for peer review.
Current Issue: Volume 3, Issue 1 (2018)
Spotlight on Edward de Bono Thinking Skills and Twice-Exceptional Gifted Learners Applied to Mars Mysteries in NASA Photographs
Ksenia S. Zhbanova and Audrey C. Rule
How Did Those Get There? Exploring Structures and Pyramids on Mars
Abby Rau and Brooke Becker
Mars Mysteries: Landform Pictograms
James Zabel, Mathieu Castello, and Fiddelis Blessings Makaula
Exploring Animal-like Images in NASA Photos of Mars Using de Bono’s CoRT Thinking Skills: Alternatives, Possibilities, and Choices, Compare, and Decisions
Kurt M. J. DeVore, Allyson Rafanello, and Nicholas Rafanello
Is There Water on Mars? A de Bono Skills Mystery for Twice-Exceptional Gifted Students
Christopher Cox, Megan Sova-Tower, and Nathan Wear
Exploring Mars Mysteries in NASA Photographs: Could Some Images be Animal Skeletons?
Laura Meyer, Rob Griffin, and Dan Butler
Faces on Mars Lesson: Incorporating Art, Thinking Skills, and Disability Differentiation Strategies for Twice-Exceptional Gifted Students
Marine Pepanyan, Mike Fisher, and Audrey Wallican-Green
Exploring Possible Humanoids on Mars: A Lesson Designed for Twice-Exceptional Gifted Students
Younis Al-Hassan, Marie Adebiyi, Shehreen Iqtadar, and Dana L. Atwood-Blaine