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Volume 79, 2020International Scientific and Practical Conference “Theory and Practice of Project Management in Education: Horizons and Risks”
|Number of page(s)||8|
|Section||Status and Prospects of Modern Education Digitalization|
|Published online||19 August 2020|
Continuity in Education in The Implementation of The STEM Education for The Children of Preschool and Elementary School Age Modular Program
Moscow City University, Institute of Educational Psychology and Pedagogy, Department of Teaching Methods, Moscow, Russia
2 Moscow City University, Institute of Educational Psychology and Pedagogy, Department of Pedagogy, Moscow, Russia
3 Sam Houston State University College of Education, Center for International Education, Huntsville, United States
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The article reveals the potential of introducing the STEM Education for the Children of Preschool and Elementary School Age authorial program as a means of managing the continuity process in the modern educational organization. The specific continuity content at the level of educational modules of the program is shown along with the results of monitoring the effectiveness of system implementation of the program at educational establishments. The study has been aimed at the theoretical justification and empirical verification of the effectiveness of the STEM Education for the Children of Preschool and Elementary School Age modular program as one of the means for ensuring the continuity of the preschool and general elementary education levels. During the study, the methods of analysis, theoretical modeling, pedagogical diagnostics, and mathematical statistics (U-Mann-Whitney test) have been used. Studying the effectiveness of the STEM Education for the Children of Preschool and Elementary School Age program based on three years of testing in preschool education has allowed detecting positive dynamics of the indicators in the experimental group. Given the identified level of the development of intellectual operations, imagination, and social intelligence of the children involved in the program at kindergartens, the STEM education program has been developed for the elementary school, the modules of which are shown in this article
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