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Teaching Science 's Secondary Schools programs work to support children in building confidence while developing a thorough skill-set for lifelong learning.
Students are guided through the tailored programs to build a range of skills at their own pace. Progress happens as each child feels confident to take the next step, in a time frame that reflects his or her ability. As children continue to master a subject, they develop confidence and a genuine sense of accomplishment – in this way discovering the keys to unlocking a love of learning for life.
The learning materials are developed based on the engineering design process and to enhance this pedagogical approach we run the Workshops (Fab Lab and Aquaponics) as proper businesses, and as schools and communities trades centres. Which are community-operated physical places, where schools, businesses and individuals can meet and work on their projects.
The learning sequences are designed to meet the guide lines of Schools curricular (State or Federal) and integrated into the workshops experiments conducted on the aquaponic system, programming activities and the fabrication in the Fab-Lab.
Student's learning is supported through the power of Digital Media and Computer Simulations and bring engineering into the classroom for a single day, a unit, or even an entire course through hand-on experimentation and learning trough the use of the following learning tools and environments.
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Aquaponics, One of the simplest ways to initiate a program of this nature is to bring a recirculating aquaculture system (RAS) into the classroom. An RAS maintains aquatic species while filtering and reusing the water. An RAS may be as simple as a single small aquarium or as complex as a multi-unit production system.
Fab Lab is a community inventors’ workshop offering digital fabrication on a personal scale, in which new products and creative works can be made. The lab is equipped with an array of flexible computer-controlled tools including 3D printers, a laser cutter and a milling machine.
We intend to achieve an integration of the secondary School curricula by introducing "Fab Lab" workshops at an advanced level to high Schools at all grade levels. Fab Lab makes it possible to introduce students to the "Advanced principals" of computer-controlled tools including 3D printers, a laser cutter and a milling machine.
MW software offers high School students an Integrating Perspective of Science MW's capacity in simulating nanoscale phenomena makes it a potentially useful tool for teaching nanoscience and nanotechnology, which are strategically important as many scientific disciplines are being unified under the framework of nanoscience.
"An important, unique characteristic feature of MW is that it puts a simulation in a learning context. It supports the rendering and authoring of learning activities, which are typically sequences of scaffolded learning steps that employ models and simulations to teach. A learning activity can be as simple as a demonstration that shows a single concept, or as full-fledged as a digital textbook that provides the entire learning media for a topic, or something in-between. The authoring system of MW can be used to create all these different levels of classroom-ready learning activities that have customized user interfaces for different students. This authoring system has been used to produce many existing activities, available through the browser-like delivery system of MW.
STAR.The Software Tools for Academics and Researchers program at MIT seeks to bridge the divide between scientific research and the classroom. Understanding and applying research methods in the classroom setting can be challenging due to time constraints and the need for advanced equipment and facilities. The multidisciplinary STAR team collaborates with faculty from MIT and other educational institutions to design software exploring core scientific research concepts. The goal of STAR is to develop innovative and intuitive teaching tools for classroom use.
Why should every child learn how to program?
Technology is radically changing every area of our society, from communication to government to how we do our jobs. Digital literacy is now a fundamental skill like reading and writing.
This program will introduce high school student to "web.2" and beyond programing languages and technologies, which are the founding blocks of all the services on the internet:
HTML is the underpinning of the entire internet. Every page out there is written in HTML. It tells the browser about the content in the page, and CSS tells the browser how to style it. In this track, you will learn the building blocks of HTML and CSS in order to create and style your first web page from scratch.
PHP is the world's most popular server-side scripting language. Interested in processing form data from your website, creating HTML on the fly, handling cookies, or talking to a database? PHP's got you covered. Courses are created by the community. We're launching PHP as a work-in-progress and we want you to help create the future of PHP instruction for people all over the world.
jQuery is a way to build interactive websites. Using jQuery, you can move HTML elements around, build custom animations, and let your users affect your website by clicking the mouse or typing on the keyboard.
Python is a general-purpose, object-oriented interpreted language you can use for countless standalone projects or scripting applications
Ruby is a powerful and expressive language with intuitive syntax. If you're unsure of which programming language to learn, Ruby is a great choice. The language can be used in a variety of disciplines, including application, game, and web development, and currently enjoys widespread popularity via the Ruby on Rails web framework
Want to write apps and build websites that can text your phone, pull in YouTube videos, or connect to Facebook and Twitter? Start doing all this and more with Application Programming Interfaces (APIs).