What We Do
We recognise that in the 21st century problems are dynamic and complex in nature. Learners need to embrace STEAM be able to adequately solve these problems. Our STEAM activities ensure acquisition of collaboration, critical thinking, creativity and innovation which are essential in today and in the future.
Our Activities are
ICT Integration in learning
ICT integration into teaching and learning, our concept is based on the Open both offline and online tools for teaching and learning aid. -- Kolibri, STACK, Moodle, Tutor web for all levels of education ranging from primary, secondary to tertiary institutions. We are also exploring the use of podcasts and animations to aid in learning STEAM through story telling.
We are in the digital age and coding is the new literacy. This is to enable students understand the technology around helping them to develop solutions that solve local problems.
We train teachers on better learning and teaching of Mathematics and blended learning with IT. We also train teachers on children's literacy acquisition using different learning methods for example through the use of podcasts in language development.
Data solutions Including design, digital data collection, data design, M&E.
Data is the new Gold! Better informed decisions are critical to making progress in any sector. This is only achieved through data. We support data collection using suitable digital tools, experimental design and data analysis. In addition, we measure the effectiveness of our interventions using the data!
Exciting co-curricular Maths
We recognise that maths is the basis on which other STEAM subjects build on. Research shows that poor performance in Maths is due to negative attitude due to how it is taught. We have tailored activities that are fun to the students that enable them learn maths concepts in fun ways, hence changing their attitude. We also train teachers in better teaching methods to ensure student understanding of Maths.
We are in a technology driven world and its is therefore important to prepare the young generation to be creative and independent thinkers so that they can cope with the ever changing world. Robots are becoming more popular in many sectors. They are the future! We use interesting robotics kits such as Edison Robots and Lego robots that connect science and math concepts to the real world (enable learners to see the importance of maths) .