15 min

KidsQuest Explores the Arts with Sadie Bowman, co-founder of Maththeatre Love of Learning

    • Education

This episode is all about the Arts in our Full STEAM ahead series exploring Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Math. What’s the deal with the A in STEAM? Traditionally, the arts and sciences were viewed and treated separately. Now, the wider understanding is that the arts’ role in STEAM is to encourage application of creative thinking and ignite imagination. STEAM is meant to engage both the analytic and creative sides of the brain. Liberal arts, language arts, and physical arts all help prepare kids for an increasingly interdisciplinary world. What innovation would we have without someone first following a creative spark?

In this episode we’ll hear from Sadie Bowman, co-founder and performer in the musical theater group,  Matheatre. Their mission is to get students (and adults!) excited about math and science through comedy. Bowman shares how a musical about calculus turned into a mission to make science and math accessible and fun to all audiences. Fifteen years later, Matheatre tours worldwide performing four shows in schools, museums, and planetariums.

Head over to their website to learn more about their shows, digital offerings, and their own podcast, History Science Theater:

https://matheatre.com

In this episode’s Audio Postcard we put our creativity to work in a fun hat design challenge for kids from the KidsQuest educators. Take a listen with your family and see what they come up with!

Matheatre Music Credits

MAXIMA & minima, icanhasmath

Physics Extravaganza, icanhasmath

I Believe in a Power Rule! , icanhasmath

This episode is all about the Arts in our Full STEAM ahead series exploring Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Math. What’s the deal with the A in STEAM? Traditionally, the arts and sciences were viewed and treated separately. Now, the wider understanding is that the arts’ role in STEAM is to encourage application of creative thinking and ignite imagination. STEAM is meant to engage both the analytic and creative sides of the brain. Liberal arts, language arts, and physical arts all help prepare kids for an increasingly interdisciplinary world. What innovation would we have without someone first following a creative spark?

In this episode we’ll hear from Sadie Bowman, co-founder and performer in the musical theater group,  Matheatre. Their mission is to get students (and adults!) excited about math and science through comedy. Bowman shares how a musical about calculus turned into a mission to make science and math accessible and fun to all audiences. Fifteen years later, Matheatre tours worldwide performing four shows in schools, museums, and planetariums.

Head over to their website to learn more about their shows, digital offerings, and their own podcast, History Science Theater:

https://matheatre.com

In this episode’s Audio Postcard we put our creativity to work in a fun hat design challenge for kids from the KidsQuest educators. Take a listen with your family and see what they come up with!

Matheatre Music Credits

MAXIMA & minima, icanhasmath

Physics Extravaganza, icanhasmath

I Believe in a Power Rule! , icanhasmath

15 min

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