"Fostering Innovative Minds"


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After teacher training, we will conduct 5-day STEM WEEK for 3 hours per day where we will provide 4-6 STEM modules/concepts and the recently trained teachers will implement STEM teaching with students who will enroll for this STEM WEEK. Our 2 STEM guides will come from the US and oversee this STEM WEEK. The school may enroll up to 80 students who (and whose parents) are interested to acquire these unique STEM learning skills. This would be a pilot run for the school administrators, STEM trained teachers as well as our team to assess that the teachers are fully equipped and students are geared to start STEM teaching and learning respectively effective next academic session. We will introduce STEM content, tool-kits and teacher-student manuals for up to 5 STEM modules/concepts to make the program effective. This would also enable us to test the efficacy of our STEM offering.

Engineering Designs

We live in a world of digital photos. In this course you will work with digital images, understand their components and transform them using MATLAB to make your own digital story. Learn the basics of programming to not only build GIFs and create collages but also understand how color filters and face masks are applied in popular apps. No prior knowledge of programming or image processing is required.

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Building a Solar System

If humans continue to deplete resources on planet Earth, will there come a time when we need to Create a settlement somewhere else in our solar system? In this course, students will explore what it might take to set up a Moon colony – what materials they will need to bring, how the very different lunar environment might impact the way they live, and what challenges they would face to survive on the

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Dynamic Sculptures

 In this course, students will be introduced to key concepts and skills of kinetic sculpture, including balance, gearing, energy sources and design-oriented thinking. Each day they use the principles they learn as the basis for their own creations, and at the end of the week they’ll bring together their complete array of new skills to create a large-scale, chain-reaction-type work of art.

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Electric circuit engineering

This experiment will teach you how to make a basic electric motor, great for simple experimental purposes or for a science project. You’ll be using the electrical energy from a battery to produce mechanical energy that turns a coil. This is a very simplified version of motors found in household appliances, power tools, computer disk drives, and many of the other devices that make your life easier.

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Fossil Fuels

 The activity can be used to address areas of the 14-16 science and chemistry specifications that look at fossil fuels, reactions, equations and energy changes and energy level diagrams. The topic lends itself to a further debate on the use of energy for heating in houses and other buildings. How is the use of fossil fuels affecting the atmosphere? How can the burning of fossil fuel be reduced by, for example the …

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Health & Disease Surgical Techniques

What is it really like to be a physician or surgeon? In this course, students will investigate how the body works by participating in a range of hands-on activities, such as dissections and construction of life-sized physiological system maps (skeletal, nervous, circulatory, immune). Students will conduct simulated surgeries, perform biopsies, and learn how to suture. They will also learn about important medical…

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 The student will look at the definitions and illustration and find the word related to it. The student will compare their speed while performing various actions, and also correlate the concept using technology. Activity:
Students will be involved in 4 tasks as follows,
1. Hopping in a straight line
2. Walking backwards in a semicircular path …

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Student observe the relationship between the angle of a catapult (a force measurement) and flight of a cotton ball. They learn how Newton’s second law of motion works by seeing directly the F = ma. Students also learn that objects of greater mass require more force to result in the same distance travelled by a lighter object.
Materials: Each group needs …

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