Our school recently hosted an in-school retreat to help vision cast for our future of STEAM. One activity that was particularly insightful was a project card sort (attached). In this technique participants literally sorted projects in order of preference, then wrote a short note about why they chose that particular project. From there, we asked questions like "Where would this fit in our curriculum?", "Who would teach this?", and "What credit would students earn?
I think the exercise worked well for two reasons: 1) we all were able to view six really interesting STEAM projects as STEMspirations and 2) we uncovered some needs for team teaching, new ways of assessing, etc.