Cells and Beyond
Biology is considered an easy and interesting subject, but many students tend not to like it because of all the memorization it involves for tests. Here at Stem Made Fun, we believe in interactive learning. Science has proven that through interactive learning, students will use more of their senses which in turn will connect multiple neurons forming long-term memory. With this course, we intend to make students understand its concepts without having to just memorize them. By the end, they will be in awe of Biology.
In a STEM filled world, programming is a must. With applications in a wide range of fields, we will be teaching python to students. We want to ignite a flame in students so that they can be introduced to computer science, start coding early on and take control of their Software education. By partaking in this course, they are one vital step closer to becoming great programmers. This can serve as a stepping stone in the direction of considering programming as a career path and in building the skill set to thrive in it.
Debating, instead of arguing, can help you defuse a rapidly escalating situation. Debating helps you to develop essential critical thinking skills – the ability to make reasoned and well thought out arguments in addition to questioning the evidence behind a particular stance or conclusion. This course can help build soft skills which are required at every stage in life. Constructive debate is also said to have a positive impact on the cognitive development of a child. Starting at a young age will make the students more confident and comfortable with expressing themselves later on and make public speaking less daunting.
In our technologically advancing world, math continues to have many implications. The difficulty is that students fail to maintain enthusiasm for math perceiving it to be either hard to comprehend or uninteresting. This causes them to drop out of advanced math classes, preventing them from achieving their dreams. Our goal is to make math understandable and fun again, and to change the child’s view on math. Once a child is encouraged and shown how delightful and relevant math can be, they will not have to struggle with it again.