20 With the use of the interdisciplinary STEAM method, students will not only be "receptors" of knowledge, but will also be able to create knowledge thanks to the experiences, empirical, that they will make; students will be an active subject in the learning process, with greater motivation to learn and greater probability of realising their potential and abilities. Art, science and technology are creative, generative activities, which together tell the purpose of an innovative and interdisciplinary approach to research and teaching. LEARNING OBJECTIVES Albert Einstein wrote: “Where the world ceases to be the scene of our personal hopes and wishes, where we face it as free beings admiring, asking, observing, there we enter the realm of Art and Science. If what is seen and experienced is portrayed in the language of logic, we are engaged in science. If it is communicated through forms whose connections are not accessible to the conscious mind but are recognized intuitively as meaningful, then we are engaged in art. Common to both is love and devotion to that which transcends personal concerns and volition”. In the traditional method of teaching, students are forced to adapt to the complexity of studying specific subjects; but it can happen that they lose interest within the class or have difficulty keeping up with other classmates; on the other hand, it is certainly not easy for teachers to make up for the gaps of some without sacrificing the learning of others. An interdisciplinary method such as STEAM, based on a student-centred system, allows the student to approach the complexity of the subjects of study in different ways and from different points of view that might seem simpler to him, and also encourages the acquisition of a set of skills that are functional to the personal growth of the student. The change from traditional education lies precisely in this: in emphasising and stressing the interests, skills and learning styles of each individual student. Additionally, it allows teachers not to be alone in this teaching process and to be able to diversify the language with which they explain the concepts. STEAM approach allows students to explore their personal learning styles, connect the subject matter with their interests, find new learning approaches that work best for them, strengthen their self-confidence, their ability to analyse, and critical autonomy in thinking and acting.