Critical questions to consider:
How does integrating learning and society make students better members of a democratic society?
Teaching Art and Engineering as social practices encourages interdisciplinary thinking, how can this be applied to the other subjects and what could be the outcome if we begin to think and teach in a more interdisciplinary fashion?
How can students take what they have learned by thinking through materials, considering audience, and engaging with community be beneficial in their future with STEAM?
What role will a student's social identity have on them getting/not getting involved in STEAM and how can we as teachers help make STEAM something that any student could participate and enjoy?
How can students integrate their environment and experiences into their STEAM education to benefit from it and become an active participant in their own education?
How does social justice connect to the boundaries to enter STEAM fields for certain group of people and how is it different today?