The job of the future is one where a high degree of empathy and creativity are required to fulfil the needs of people, with the help of technologies.

OUR APPROACH
Preparing your kids for the future

Our Approach

Preparing your kids for the future

OUR CORE CURRICULUM
Students progress at their own pace through project-based learning​

Our Core Curriculum

Students progress at their own pace through project-based learning

Fee for each course
* Arduino Starter Kit @ RM169 required for Physical Computing
** One-month deposit is required for new students
Fee for each course
* Arduino Starter Kit @ RM169 required for HCI and Machine Learning. Add-on kit @ RM99 required for Embedded System
** One-month deposit is required for new students
Fee for each course
* Add-on kit @ RM99 required for IoT and AI
** One-month deposit is required for new students
  • Classes are run weekly, except for public holidays and centre-scheduled holidays. Our Learning Centres offer either 1-hour/week or 2-hour/week classes.
  • For each course, students must complete at least 6 projects and present 1 showcase project during Open Day.
  • Students progress at their own pace. They typically average 5 to 7 months (2-hour/week option) OR 10 to 14 months (1-hour/week option) to complete each course.
  • Students need to complete their ePortfolio – a digital résumé of projects that they work on, showcasing their accomplishments, skills, and capabilities.
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FAQs

Generally students from Primary 4 onwards or equivalent level for home-schooled kids. If your child is younger, have a chat with the principal to see if she is suitable.

Our program covers Industry 4.0 technologies, the new core knowledge for our children. When they become tech creators rather than just consumers, they will know how to create solutions with technology in their future work, in any field. Our program also covers life skills – creativity, critical thinking, communication and collaboration. To add value in a machine-driven world, our children require social and emotional life skills that machines are not capable of.

English. In most cases, learners actually improve on their command of English as they consume the course content and also present their projects in English.

Why pay for a robot when you can build one! In our program children have to build with raw components such as electronics or even printing them with 3D printer. In this way, learning is deeper and they can build any projects beyond robotics according to their own interest. Our curriculum also extends to Industry 4.0 domain such as Artificial Intelligence, Internet of Things and Augmented Reality.

A basic command of English, basic computer skills and an enthusiasm to learn are all that is required!

No, learners will need to bring their own laptop (Windows or Mac) with the power supply, mouse, and a pair of headphones. We encourage learners to continue the projects even at home, hence deepening the learning. However, if you do not have a laptop, do let us know in advance for a special arrangement.

At the beginning, no.  They are required for a few Level 3 and 4 courses at a later stage such as Mobile Apps Development and Database & API.

Upon completion of each course, learners are awarded digital badges. They also need to complete their ePortfolio – a digital résumé of projects that they work on, showcasing their accomplishments, skills, and capabilities. See ‘Digital Badge and ePortfolio’ section below on the difference between digital badge and certificate, and also the importance of ePortfolio.

Classes are run weekly, except during public holidays and centre-scheduled holidays. Our Learning Centres offer either 1-hour/week or 2-hour/week classes.

Learning is delivered via Learning Management System, using similar platform as many top universities worldwide. This system is highly engaging for students in both physical and online classrooms, and allows them to collaborate across geographies.

To earn a completion badge for each course, your child needs to complete at least 6 projects and present 1 showcase project during Open Day.

Your child completes the course at her own pace. To inculcate self-learning attitude, the lessons are divided into

  • CLASS work to be completed with the guidance of a mentor 
  • LAB work to be completed on her own with the support of a mentor

There’s no fixed duration. Students progress at their own pace. They must complete at least 6 projects and present 1 showcase project during Open Day. As a general guide, students typically average 5 to 7 months (2-hour/week option) OR 10 to 14 months (1-hour/week option) but bear in mind every child learns at different speed.

Upper Primary students should start with the first course in Level 2 to build a strong foundation in both the subject and also the ability to learn independently. Lower Secondary students can start at any course in Level 2, depending on their prior experience. As the courses are self-paced, they can complete the courses quickly if they have a strong grasp of the subject.

No unless she’s just waiting for the Open Day, and has already completed 6 projects and 1 showcase project.

Einstein once said “Everybody is a genius. But if you judge a fish by its ability to climb a tree, it will live its whole life believing that it is stupid“. Unfortunately, that is how the conventional academic system works.

We believe that once a child develops a passion in a particular area, there’s no barrier to learning, even a complicated subject. Hence our program focusses on re-igniting children’s inborn passion for learning by making learning engaging, goal orientated and interest-driven.

To cater for different styles of learning, we use multimedia extensively 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.

There are 2 opportunities to engage with the principals in our Learning Centres:
Quarterly Report 
You will be updated on your child’s progress – what she has learned, her character strength, and areas for improvement. Your child’s ePortfolio along with the accumulated Digital Badges will be made available to you.
Open Day
Everyone is required to showcase their final projects to the public i.e. parents and friends. All parents will be invited and encouraged to bring along others. Open Day is NOT a competition but a dedicated time for the students to share what they have built and reflect on their learning.

We advise your child not to skip any class. If skipping is unavoidable, your child can either replace the class at another class OR complete the lesson on her own with the support of her mentor. To arrange for a replacement, please notify us at least a week in advance.

Your child needs to be in class at least 15 minutes before class and to be picked up no later than 30 minutes after the class ends.

No. Kindly provide light snacks if your child needs to snack in between.

A laptop (Windows or Mac) with charger, mouse and headphones, a logbook, and a bottle of water to stay hydrated.

This encourages your child to continue the projects even at home, hence deepening the learning. However, if you do not have a laptop, do let us know in advance for a special arrangement.

Traditional physical badges have been used by organizations such as the Boy Scouts to give members a physical emblem to display their various achievements.

Digital Badges are a recent development drawn from research into gamification where they are used to reward users for accomplishing certain tasks.

They have become an efficient way for educators, community groups, and other professional organizations to reward participants for skills obtained in formal and informal learning environments.

They promote lifelong learning that extends beyond the classroom and brings to light accomplishments that otherwise might have been hidden.

  • It contains all the information related to the achievements (such as course content, how it was earned, links to evidence of achievement, and achievement level)
  • It allows parties such as professional bodies, colleges and employers to verify the authenticity of the achievements
  • It can be displayed in social media, enabling the owners’ achievements to be shared widely
  • It can be used to set goals, motivate behaviours, and communicate success

Backpack is a platform for you to store, organize, and share your Digital Badges. You can store badges issued by different organizations in the same backpack. Hence the complete learning journey of your life can be captured in a single location.

To earn a completion badge for each course, students need to complete at least 6 projects and present 1 showcase project during Open Day.

Upon completion of each course, students need to complete their personal portfolio otherwise known as ePortolio. It is like a digital résumé of projects that they work on, showcasing their accomplishments, skills, and capabilities.

Instead of relying on standardized testing as an evaluation, companies and universities are showing more interest in the informal learning that students gain outside the classroom.

Read more here: https://mitadmissions.org/apply/firstyear/portfolios-additional-material 

Payment is due at the beginning of every month throughout the year.

one-time deposit equivalent to one-month fee is required for new students. Existing students are exempted. Deposit will be forfeited if students leave within 3 months OR fail to provide one-month notice of leaving.

You can use our e-payment facility that allows a very wide choices of payment methods – credit card, debit card, e-wallet or direct banking.

For some subjects like Physical Computing and Embedded System, you will need to buy hardware kits. To keep the cost low, we use open source solutions and design the kits to be re-used across multiple subjects.