Children learn technology and life skills in our program

Why Technology

Machines are increasingly replacing manual functions in various industries. For example, computer vision helps in diagnosing diseases, navigating cars, and identifying faces. Therefore, every child should have a chance to learn to make apps or how the Internet of Things works regardless of her choice of career, just like how we learn about photosynthesis or electricity in school.

Why Life Skills

With machines taking over many functions or even the entire job, we need to be as unlike the machine as possible to have a job. That means having life skills like creativity, critical thinking, and collaboration is more important than traditional academic achievement.

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Using Technology to Solve Real-Life Challenges

In our program, children learn by building exciting projects such as mobile apps, computer games, robots, Internet of Things (IoT), and 3D structure. They are then given real-life challenges where they do their research in order to turn their ideas into solutions. Finally, they share their findings with others.

By using technology to solve real-life challenges, your child acquires life skills such as problem-solving, communication, and tenacity.

When children are excited, the learning starts. When they apply the learning to real-life challenges, the learning deepens.

What Sets Us Apart From Other Programs

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Our curriculum covers important technologies and essential life skills

Our curriculum allows children to have deep appreciation of technology building blocks, both hardware and software. The use of open source systems allows them to continue the journey beyond our program. The real-life challenges are designed to provide essential life skills, with the ultimate aim of inspiring life-long learning and developing a well-rounded individual.

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Our real-life challenges develop the mind and the heart

When children solve real-life challenges for people, they learn to have empathy. They develop a sense of purpose in what they do. When this happens, they take charge of their own learning and go on to discover their own passion and ambition.

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Our learning material caters for different pace and style of learning

We use graphics extensively in our colour manual for visual learning while the project-based hands-on approach caters for tactile learning. Different levels of challenges keep children engaged at their own pace of learning and inspire them to self-learn and explore.