Department of Applied Economics
Wroclaw University of Environmental and Life Sciences Poland
STEAM in Tutoring: The Unexpected Learning Outcome Among the Erasmus Students at Wroclaw University of Environmental and Life Sciences in Poland
The purpose of the article is an attempt to show that using STEAM method in tutoring is an effective tool to increase the creativity and effectiveness of education, also in social sciences. The research was conducted at Wrocław University of Environmental and Life Sciences in Poland and covered the sample of Erasmus students who signed up for the course of “Territorial Marketing”. Within the framework of the subject taught, a selected group of students (from France and Spain) visited 4 local museums and exhibitions. The second group (from Germany and Spain) attended the tutoring lecture as usual. In order to pass the course, all students had to write an essay on the importance of the country image in international business based on the example of Poland.