Admission

Thank you for your interest in working with our Organization. We are honored that you are taking the time to learn about our services. Admission is categorized into 3

Academic Institute

Please click here if you are an academic institute willing to partner with us to have our trainings integrated either as a curriculum or extra curricular activities in your school.

Private Class

We offer private trainings to students in their homes. This allows students to learn in an enviroment they are familiar and comfortable with. Please call our contact us line to schedule a meeting.

Learning at our Training Center

Our training center is equipped with standard tools that aids students retention plus all the tools a student would ever need in any of our hands-on. This is idea for students who enjoy studying with other people.

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Frequently asked questions

You’ve probably been hearing about STEM for years, but what is this STEAM education business everyone is buzzing about? Are schools abandoning the STEM education model? What does STEAM have that STEM doesn’t… besides an extra letter?
What is the impact of integrating STEAM into the curriculum?

STEAM is an initiative that includes research-based instructional strategies and practices. The integration of STEAM helps students to make sense of all content areas and their relevance in the world, develops critical thinking and problem solving skills, and strengthens collaboration and communication skills. A STEAM promotes the use of hands-on and reality-based learning activities, which increases student interest and engagement. As a result of students participating in activities that often involve them venturing outside the actual walls of classrooms and schools, STEAM causes student learning to mentally and physically transcend mere pages of textbooks

How does STEAM transform mindsets?

One of the main characteristics of a STEAM education environment embraces and fosters a growth mindset in both teachers and students. A growth mindset is the belief that intelligence can be developed through perseverance, hard work and the effort in which students put into their work, as opposed to focusing on how smart they are. It creates a safe haven for students to step out of their comfort zone and embraces the notion that failing is NOT failure. This mindset enables individuals to foster a desire for learning and create the resilience & stamina that is needed to achieve great accomplishments

Are STEAM educated students adequately prepared for college and careers?

A STEAM educated student is one who is self-reliant, innovative, and a logical problem solver, as well as being technologically literate. A STEAM educated student possesses the ability to relate his/her cultural understandings and the diversity of others to learning experiences. These real world attributes are essential for the development of competencies that relate to applicable life skills and being a life-long learner, as well as being college and career ready.

What is the difference between STEAM and STEM?

There are many STEM education initiatives, but educators are beginning to realize that there is something missing from the original STEM model. While STEM (science, technology, engineering, and math) is still applicable, there is an artistic element that goes into what many of the people in these fields do. From designing a windmill to studying the spirals of a Nautilus, we live in a visual world… which is why the A means so much. STEAM also accommodates for students who were previously omitted from the STEM model.

How do I know if this STEM school is “right” for my child?

If you believe your child learns best by:

  • sharing thoughts, questions, ideas, and solutions that lead to the completion of high-quality products.
  • Working together to reach a goal – putting talent, expertise, and abilities to work.
  • Looking at problems in a new way, linking learning across subjects and disciplines.
  • Trying new approaches to get things done equals innovation and invention.
  • Focusing on their natural curiosity and inquisitiveness
  • Using self-monitoring skills and being capable of working independently
  • Persevering to revise work in order to demonstrate mastery

then STEM Education might be right for your child. However, there are no predetermined criteria for enrollment, just an open mind and a willingness to learn.

I have heard this is a career-focused school. Aren’t K-5 students too young to decide what they want to be when they grow up?

This is an educational choice made by parents in the best interest of their children. Enrolling in a STEM Education is not a decision to become an engineer or a scientist. But a child who likes science might be more interested in other core lessons if they are presented with ties to science topics. And a child who might think, “I’m not good at science and math,” might discover new joy in these subjects through the hands-on approach of STEM. This program is not about having students make a career decision. The program is about making learning relevant. As students learn about core content, they will be exposed to how this applies to the “real world.” Who does this type of work? Where is it found? Why is it important?