A BUOYANT FORCE: PEDAGOGICAL THRUST TO THRIVE IN LEARNING QUANTUM WITH INNOVATIVE PEDAGOGY, CURRICULUM, AND PEDAGOGICAL TOOLS IN A COLLABORATIVE AND DELIBERATIVE LEARNING ENVIRONMENT
Keywords:Innovative STEM Curriculum, Quantum Curriculum, Heavy Curriculum, Innovative STEM Pedagogy, Innovative Pedagogical Approaches, Collaborative and Deliberative Learning
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