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The World Bank will Monday bring together experts and officials in government, education and innovation, to discuss 21st century skill development.Teachers seemed excited about the initiatives as well.An intensive workshop for teachers was held Sunday.For four hours, teachers worked with LEGO Education to deepen their technical knowledge and learn how to integrate the new concepts into their classrooms. The teachers also developed a lesson plan that they will test with students Saturday, May 2, at a second workshop at BDD.During the session, students will be expected to complete the lesson using the skills they acquired last week. Teachers lead the project and observe how students engage in the creative process. Mulas was optimistic that the program would be beneficial to teachers and students of all levels.
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