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Informal STEAM Ed

Three logos as shown against white background. The largest, and closest to the top is a pale teal brain with yellow outlines. Emblazoned on the cartoon image of the brain is the word "Craniate" in white block lettering. The word has a giant C that partially encompasses the "R" and "A". Beneath the "Craniate" on the right, are the words "Superpowered Learning" in dark red print and a dark shadow.
Underneath the Craniate logo are the logos for AXON Squad- a pentagon with a similar appearance to a safety warning sign. Next to it is the logo for the MOD Capsule, a simplified pill-shaped vessel with bold black handles. The middle of the MOD Cap and AXON Squad logos are divided into 5 sections, each representing a component of STEAM: red with an image of a painter's palette & brush (Art),  yellow, with images of gears (Engineering), black, with images of a circuit board (Tech), white with gray ruler markings along the side (Math), and blue with a bubbling flask (Science).

Informal STEAM education kits designed to be radically inclusive.

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system, filled with rolls of fabric. Atop are three baskets, each one larger than the one to the left. Below the cubby is the top of a desk, on which sits a white sewing machine on the right. The eye follows a wire from the back of the sewing machine to the pedal, also sitting on the desk, on top of a green cutting mat. To the immediate left lies a large red swath of fabric, it dangles over the front and left edges of the table.

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Dr. Shaz Zamore is the STEAM Outreach Coordinator and Instructor at The ATLAS Institute at CU Boulder.

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