Under Schools of Excellence Digital Clusters
Creative Problem Solving and Digital Education in 21Century Teaching, Learning and Assessment
This project comprises of five primary schools, seeking to encourage creative problem-solving through abstract, environmental and physical mathematics, through the use of technology, mathematics in the environment and in robotics. We hope this project will be a positive and worthwhile way to develop problem-solving skills and other skills associated with Mathematics for the children in all schools.
The project is linked to the School Self Evaluation process and aims to improve creative problem-solving skills through digital technologies in teaching and learning practices in our schools. This project utilizes digital technology equipment such as Beebots, Microbit circuit boards, Lego We Do, Izak9 Cubes, tablets and more, which pupils are already enjoying across all class levels.