write a proposal for a strategic plan with NO MORE THAN 2500 words (main body) to the school principal(s) or school board(s) to implement STEM education in school(s) in the coming three years for restructuring the school(s) involved to cope with the change in the contemporary world. You need to analyze the current situation and the challenges ahead, as well as potential solutions.

STRATEGIC PLAN TO APPLY MODEL(S) FOR IMPLEMENTING STEM EDUCATION IN SCHOOL(S)
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Strategic plan to apply model(s) for implementing STEM education in school(s)

1. You are required to write a proposal for a strategic plan with NO MORE THAN 2500 words (main body) to the school principal(s) or school board(s) to implement STEM education in school(s) in the coming three years for restructuring the school(s) involved to cope with the change in the contemporary world. You need to analyze the current situation and the challenges ahead, as well as potential solutions. 2. To effectively and systematically guide the process of planning, organizing and evaluating the project, you are required to apply at least one related model of implementing STEM education at school or network level (e.g. Integrated STEM Education Model discussed in Session 3). 3. To be well-focused, I will target on ONE AREA as the key concern of the project: a. One sub-factor in Integrated STEM Education Model discussed in Session 3 **- Increase STEM content and pedagogical knowledge for educators/teachers (MY FOCUS) (See attached ppt) 4. The paper MAY consist of the following parts (depends on the topic and the design of the proposal): a. Project needs (e.g. project aim(s), innovative element(s) [such as STREAM, important factor(s) facilitating the smooth implementation of STEM education discussed in Session 7], alignment with school-based / students’ needs) b. Project feasibility (e.g. key concept (s) / rationale(s) of the project, applicant’s readiness or ability/ experience/ conditions/ facilities for project implementation, school leaders’, teachers’ students’ and parents’ involvement and their roles, roles of collaborator(s)) c. Implementation timeline (e.g. implementation period, project activities) d. Details of project activities (e.g. activity name, content, number of sessions and duration, teachers’ involvement and/or hired personnel, expected learning outcomes) e. Equipment / construction works, if applicable (e.g. details, contribution to fulfilment of the project aim(s) and if applicable, the expected utilization rate) f. Innovative element(s) g. Features of the school-based curriculum or / and other activities to be developed, if applicable h. Budget (be simple, as part of appendixes) i. Expected project outcomes (e.g. deliverables / outcomes, Positive impact on quality education/ the school’s development, evaluation, sustainability, dissemination) j. Challenges ahead, as well as the potential solutions k. Cited publications supporting your arguments. Though there are various points to be included, emphases should particularly be put on the parts relating to Point 1, 2, 3 and part k. For the rest, it can be more precise and concise.

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