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Challenges in stem_created_by_kt_ask@ste.education_2019.11.11_v1

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That presentation especially prepared by Konstantin Tsygankov for Hong Kong delegation, which visited Tallinn in October 2019 with aim to get know about STEM Education & Digital Society development of Estonia. The visit was organized by Association of I.T. leaders in Education (AiTLE) from Hong Kong and EDB. Presentation describes modern educational approach and today's challenges. Some slides related to practical exercises.

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Challenges in stem_created_by_kt_ask@ste.education_2019.11.11_v1

  1. 1. Konstantin Tsygankov Challenges in STEM Tallinn 2019
  2. 2. 2 × Robot dexterity × Predicting preemies × Smooth-talking AI assistants - But „94% of engineering graduates are not fit for hiring“. Economic Times Where time seems to fly? https://ste.education
  3. 3. 3 3 STEM curriculum idea Science Technology Engineering Mathematics — STEM in an interdisciplinary and applied approach. https://ste.education
  4. 4. 4 4 +R =+Robotics Current Trends STEM +A +R +A=+Art https://ste.education
  5. 5. 5 55 Business goals influence Investors looking for unicorn Start-ups Digital services priority (SAAS, Clouds) Time to market - finishing on the go Ability to copy concepts in a weeks https://ste.education
  6. 6. 6 66 Business influence to technology Simplicity in usage Increase value for customer and lowering production demand cost Customization not encouraged https://ste.education
  7. 7. 7 77 Ministry of education routine Learning not only knowledge, but also skills, so Schools Curriculum expanding. Highly educated specialist and graduates leave the country more, than foreigners come over, so Technical colleges study programs and labour market should interact. https://ste.education
  8. 8. 8 88 What do parents expect? Teachers individual approach to kid needs Learning multiple languages on more than average level Free Higher Education https://ste.education
  9. 9. 9 99 Nowadays working practice and online trainings helps to become a specialist. But to be the best need permanent study. 999 How parents see their children's future Outstanding leader with University diploma.
  10. 10. 1010 Hyperactive children wants to study interesting. They also require increased attention. If the child has lost the thread of reasoning he loses interest in learning 10 What do students want at school? https://ste.education
  11. 11. 11 What are the teachers worries? Educational process should be maximum simplified, as mechanical work. The curriculum does not intend for testing innovations. No time for trying, especially for subjects with exams. Partly difficulties caused by switching from Russian to Estonian. (Teacher shortage). Teachers have the freedom to choose how to conduct a lesson. 1111https://ste.education
  12. 12. Where to target the student? The process does not mean the result! 12https://ste.education
  13. 13. How to evaluate the result? Risk of negatively affecting self-esteem 13https://ste.education
  14. 14. Gamification of study process Let’s play: 1. How to measure SATISFACTION? 2. What will we measure? 14 https://ste.education
  15. 15. System architecture 15 1. What blocks does it consist of? 2. What will develop first? 3. Which development teams will we get? 4. How are we going to test the prototype? 5. Is it possible to make a universal device? https://ste.education
  16. 16. How to formulate a hypothesis 16 1. Links between 1.1 Physical phenomena 1.2 Conductors 1.3 Carriers 1.4 Energy transformations 2. Data analytics 2.1 Graph data reading 2.2 Results visualization https://ste.education
  17. 17. What does Engineering mean in STEM? 17 This is not only about how things works and how to get practical usage, but also about responsibility for the work done, the optimal order, the convenience of use, lean processes. https://ste.education
  18. 18. What is Math by STEM approach then? 18 It is also not only solutions, equations, functions graphs, but also logic, accuracy and efficiency. Inscriptions on surgical caps save precious seconds. https://ste.education
  19. 19. 19 Roles Problem Statement: Architect Model: Constructor Assembly: Civil Engineer Measurement: Inspector Communications social skills need to be trained https://ste.education Teamwork by roles or professions
  20. 20. 20 http://ste.education ask@ste.education Thank you for attention! Diffusion of educational innovations

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