Tag Archives: STEM

Art in STEM Education

Enhancing STEM with the Power of the Arts You may have heard of STEM education before, right? Well, if you haven’t heard, STEM stands for Science, Technology, Engineering and Math. Though not mentioned in the acronym, the Arts play an important role in a well-rounded STEM education. Adding the ‘A’ to STEM The addition of […]

Knightsbridge Workshop

“Really excited to see whats going on a Twin Science Workshop. The children are all buzzing. They are all really excited of what they are doing. I think this is the future.” Magoo Giles (Founder & Principal, Knightsbridge School) In January, 2020 we organized a workshop in cooperation with Knightsbridge School in London. The whole […]

STEM QUEST SHOW with Creative Futures Imperial College London

“There is AI or Machine Learning in so many of the most popular websites, apps, and online tools – including the ones kids love!  To understand, and to be safe in the modern world it’s so important for kids to know how computers can learn. It was great to be invited to join the Who […]

How to Improve Analytical Thinking

What is analytical thinking? It is a computer like way to solve analytical problems. Why should we think like computers? How can we foster our kids’ analytical thinking? We will look for answers to these questions in this blog. What is analytical thinking? Analytical thinking is built on 4 concepts: abstraction, pattern defining, decomposition and […]

Top 10 Benefits of STEM Education

The term STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) is progressively becoming an important fixture in education and the world economy. The reason for this is that the careers of the future will most certainly be centered around STEM fields, while also invoking 21st century skills such as critical thinking, creativity, cultural awareness, collaboration and problem-solving. […]

Top 10 Benefits of STEM Education

The term STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) is progressively becoming an important fixture in education and the world economy. The reason for this is that the careers of the future will most certainly be centered around STEM fields, while also invoking 21st century skills such as critical thinking, creativity, cultural awareness, collaboration and problem-solving. When […]