ICT and current trends as a path to STEM education: implementation and prospects

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https://doi.org/10.55056/cte.100

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STEM, STEM education, ICT, STEM education implementation model, digital services, augmented reality, virtual reality, key competencies

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The aim of the study is to build a model for the introduction of STEM education in institutions of general secondary education, to demonstrate the experience of using ICT in STEM education. Research objectives: to determine the role and place of information and communication technologies in the model of introduction of STEM education in general secondary education institutions for the formation of key competencies; to find innovative solutions to create conditions that will promote the interest of student youth in the choice of STEM professions. Object of research: the model of the introduction of STEM education in institutions of general secondary education Subject of research: information and communication technologies in the model of introduction of STEM education in institutions of general secondary education as a component of the school educational environment. Analysis of scientific publications makes it possible to determine the role and place of ICT in the model of introduction of STEM education in general secondary education institutions. The presented experience of the systemic implementation of STEM education in general secondary education institutions allows the formation of professional competencies of teachers in the field of STEM education and can be useful in their professional activities. The study shows that the systemic implementation of STEM technologies in the educational process increases the effectiveness of training, the level of motivation of participants in the educational process and the quality of knowledge in the subjects of the natural science cycle, and also contributes to the formation of key competencies of students.

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Lukychova, N.S., Osypova, N.V. and Yuzbasheva, G.S., 2022. ICT and current trends as a path to STEM education: implementation and prospects. CTE Workshop Proceedings [Online], 9, pp.39–55. Available from: https://doi.org/10.55056/cte.100 [Accessed 24 May 2024].
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