Transformational changes in science education are required to build global competency in STEM among students. This guide outlines current issues, a method of evaluating their position and keys for implementing changes that will foster growth through integration of technology in the classroom.
This is a brief summary of the key findings found within our corporate white paper. A review of the research done and the expert opinions that were incorporated in that larger document, it distills the needs and calls to action in modern science education to five crucial points.
Exhaustively researched and refined over a long period of time, our corporate white paper shows how PASCO can support science education initiatives to improve scientific literacy, engage students and deepen understanding of core concepts.
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The Nazarbayev Intellectual Schools (NIS) in Kazakhstan were established to transform and modernize their country's schools. They chose to partner with PASCO to help transform their science education not only for the innovative technology solutions but also for the comprehensive professional development we could provide.
Brighton Grammar is an all-boys school in a suburb of Melbourne that had been struggling with outdated and unreliable science equipment before implementing PASCO solutions.The results were higher student engagement, motivation, and achievement. Inquiry based learning also saw a positive shift in the role of teachers as well.
Biology teacher Larry Plank expanded the use of probeware in Hillsborough County Public Schools to support inquiry-based learning and help students develop a love of science. See the resultsof this PASCO partnership in 250 schools, which include more than 200,000 students.