Key education policies

Why children’s educational robotics?
Robotics classroom in schools introduces learners to modern technologies, contributes to their communication skills development, forms interaction skills, independence in decision-making, and reveals their creative potential.
Robotics is an important component of STEM education, a learning model designed for the joint study of science, mathematics and technology, where practice goes over theory.
Three-minute video from The National Academies on STEM Integration in K-12 Education.Transcripts.

STEM literacy

A student well-versed and literate in the STEM fields tends to be an innovative and critical thinker. He or she can apply what they’ve learned to real world problems, improving their communities along the way. High school graduates who are literate in STEM, transition seamlessly into their higher education careers in those fields.

Ultimately, STEM literacy translates into employment in the increasingly knowledge-based economy we see locally and around the globe.
STEM literacy means gainful employment in higher-earning jobs for today and tomorrow’s work force.

Simply put, students nowadays are not graduating from public schools equipped and prepared to continue on to higher education STEM programs or to enter the STEM workforce. Currently, there are more job openings in STEM fields than qualified STEM job seekers. This gap must be closed.
STEM policies and regulatory documents for schools are found all around the world:
Robotics has become a part of the compulsory school curriculum within the subject "Primary military and technological training" in new federal educational standards (FES) for secondary schools, which came into force on September 1, 2019 in Kazakhstan. The content of this subject includes the basics of robotics and IT.
Minister of Education of the Republic of Kazakhstan read an Order from November 24, 2022 No. 474 “On the creation of the Council for the Development of Robotics, STEAM and Programming”
According to National Innovation Strategy in UAE, R:ED together with leading schools promote engineering education as a part of school curriculum.
As a part of Government's efforts to eradicate illiteracy in UAE, R:ED is developing a Digital lab
Southeast Asian education strategies put a special focus on 21st Century Skills, which have been set by many education authorities as goal of the future
STEM Education Policy published on 11 December 2019
The Tajikistan Competency-Based STEM Education Project aims to revise textbooks, teaching materials for selected STEM subjects based on competency-based curricula for secondary and secondary level vocational education, train teachers and educators, and provide necessary equipment in the field of ICT and STEM for educational institutions and teacher training institutes.
India’s sciences, technologies, engineering, and mathematics education have much-untapped potential. The National Education Policy calls for an educational system that challenges students” thinking and provides them with ample room to experiment with new ideas. Also, STEM is the next big thing in educational technology after the technological revolution.
R:ED Mission
«Accessible educational environment»
Formation of not only self-sufficient, but also financially independent and successful young professionals who, from an early age, do what they love, fulfil themselves, earn money and reach great heights in their field.
We consider sustainable development as an integral part of our activity. It is not only a contribution to our society, but also to our children's future.
In 2015 the UN developed 17 goals in the sustainable development field as an achievement plan of a better future for everyone.

R:ED – ROBOTICS EDUCATION supports international principles of business social responsibilities.

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