Modern research in the sphere of education has gone far beyond prescriptive recommendations on how to present specific material. Instead, today’s context of teaching concerns one’s ability to revolutionize the means of education, especially when it comes to theoretically bound subjects like math. Thus, the first way to apply critical knowledge of modern instruction is to make sure that the instruction presented is relevant to the children’s upbringings and physical surroundings. For example, when teaching science, it is vital to find a way to incorporate a theoretical background, technological assessing tools, and interaction with the outdoor environment. Another significant aspect to consider in the process of learning is the fact that modern social context gradually modifies the appropriate age to start dwelling on STEM fundamentals.
Thus, teachers are to reconsider their curriculum to such an extent that children begin to learn simplified science basics at an early age with the help of active observation and interaction with parents. Finally, modern instructions remain quite limited in terms of their connection to the external socio-cultural context. As a result, many children who learn in isolation from the socio-political environment because they are believed to be too young to interact with such a complicated system frequently struggle with developing cultural awareness and literacy later in life when this skill becomes imperative. For this reason, educators should pay specific attention to the children’s perception of other cultures, as they are generally less biased and more open-minded. Thus, it may be concluded that modern instructional science, social studies, and cross-content instruction are to be considered closely when interacting with children in the academic paradigm.