Smart Learning Schools currently teaches STEM International Program from kindergarten through 12th grade, which leads to the American Diploma in Grades 9-12.
Smart Learning School has identified the key components of STEM, and 21st century skills, and has combined these with our currently utilized international curriculum. We have addressed the issue of how our vision could be equitably implemented across the diversity of our school community, whilst maintaining curriculum compatibility.
Smart Learning School offers variation in project challenges and opportunities, with respect to the six above components, we give our students interdisciplinary lessons, a core academic-curricula subject, with planned STEM integration. STEM teachers are trained and well- prepared to measure student progress throughout the school year and ensures that students are on the pathway to success in their academic careers.
The 21st century skills concept is motivated by the belief that teaching students the most relevant, useful, in-demand, and universally applicable skills should be prioritized in today’s schools, and by the related belief that many schools may not sufficiently prioritize such skills or effectively teach them to students.
Furthermore, STEM ADP International Program uses the Common Core Standards. The standards were drafted by experts and teachers from across the United States and are designed to ensure students are prepared for today’s entry-level careers, freshman-level college courses, and workforce training programs. STEM Education aims develop the critical-thinking, problem-solving, and analytical skills students will need to be successful.