Working with the Leo Tanzanites, we had the opportunity of visiting an orphanage where we showcased and demonstrated how to use low cost and recycled materials to build water rockets and how to convert mechanical to electrical energy. These youngsters truly had a great time and we established a great bond with them encouraging them […]
We had the privilege of showcasing at Sahara Sparks when the former president, Hon. Jakaya M Kikwete visited our booth. His keen interest and questions on how we are using STEM education towards providing better means of learning gave us great inspiration and quoted that we are on the right track and in time we […]
Building towards Sahara Sparks, Robotech Labs had the privilege of hosting a robotics workshop at Sahara ventures where we interested candidates had come to learn the various modules used in building robots. These modules had mechanics, electrical/ electronics and programming. The event was an overall success with a lot of interesting views and opinions shared […]
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The ASRC focuses on CUNY initiatives in five dynamic fields of applied science: Nanoscience, Photonics, Structural Biology, Neuroscience, and Environmental Sciences. Through its innovative architectural design, the center reflects a uniquely collaborative culture, where scientists work across disciplines to take on some of global science’s most vital and tantalizing challenges.
With many educators pushing for students to use resources on the Internet with class work, the federal government is now grappling with a stark disparity in access to technology, between students who have high-speed Internet at home and an estimated five million families who are without it and who are struggling to keep up.
The students’ success highlights a growing movement in the Bronx to equip young people with the knowledge and the skills to write code, the language of computers, so that they can become creators rather than simply consumers of apps, video games, websites and other programs.
Parental involvement enhances student success. A first step toward involvement is communicating with your child’s teacher. Effective communication consists of meeting with the teacher, being a positive partner in the learning experience, and keeping lines of communication open