Curriculum Shift: STEM Initiatives for Innovative Teaching and Learning
We live in a constantly changing global civilisation. Schools must continue to improve in order to help students analyse situations, solve problems, and make well-informed decisions. The basic goal and purpose of education, as well as the complexity of the learning work, have all altered substantially. Schools must equip students with more than just simple data memorization in order to meet the economic needs of our global workforce. Students must be able to comprehend a wide range of information. a variety of variables and handle data in a timely and productive manner In order to meet the needs of 21st-century learners, the Innovative London Public School District in Connecticut adopted fresh ways of thinking about school structure. The goal of this study is to examine how the New London Public School system has altered traditional perceptions of school organisation and the steps required to create innovative teaching institutions.
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Winthrop Elementary School, New London Public Schools, New London CT, United States of America
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