STEM SHORT-TERM ACTIVITIES
These STEM short-term activities can help foster the school's STEM atmosphere. Many schools organize different STEM extracurricular activities during the start of the semester/post-test activities/holiday week. Our professional team provides different forms of STEM short-term activities/workshops for teachers to choose from. Let the school take the lead in this activity week to experience and try to push classes with new technology, so as to achieve the purpose of promoting STEM.
Activity Mode: One-day STEM Experience Activity / Short-term Course: ~2-4 lessons (1.5 hours/lesson)
Suitable for: STEM Day/Booth/Lecture, experience activities, post-test activities, summer vacation short courses
Target: Elementary School/Secondary School/Group Organization
Capacity: 15-20 people/class
Course summary: Short-term courses are divided into three levels, from the basics to advanced applications. Schools can choose different types of courses according to their needs. The basic level includes basic micro:bit programming, basic electronic component learning for the observation and application of car speed measurement and plant growth. Intermediate courses pay more attention to programming logic applications and diversified electronic parts matching applications, such as robots, smart home courses. Advanced courses: In-depth understanding and application of "Internet of Things" and "Artificial Intelligence" technologies, writing mobile phone applications, uploading data, and creating analytical charts.
Discount plan: 2019 STEM textbook and course discount plan
*If interested, students can enroll in the following STEM summer class courses with their own name. For information and details, please ask us through whatsapp (5707 0679).
Photos of Past Events:
1. micro:bit Smart traffic car speed measurement
This workshop is mainly about making cars and measuring speed, learning to use micro:bit programming, and using cardboard and paper to make an intelligent speed measuring device.
The activity contains many aspects of learning elements: mathematical operations (calculating distance, speed, and time), wireless communication applications, programming, and other knowledge. Simple and easy to apply STEM learning.
4. micro:bit Smart Home
Workshop content: The theme of the smart home is to inspire students' ideas and apply technology to improve human life and save energy.
The workshop will focus on the application of students' programming logic, and use different modules to build their own ideal smart home model. Smart homes are divided into 5 categories, including automation, security, entertainment, personal wellness, and energy management.
2. micro:bit Smart Plant
In the age of advanced technology, have you ever thought about taking the plants in your home and adding STEM technology elements to bring another life?
The instructor will explain the basic plant growth elements and principles, teach micro:bit simple programming and electronic modules, make automated functions (automatically turn on plant lights, automatic watering, temperature control, and humidity control), and become a smart planter with your smart plant!
5. Smart Treasure Box
What is "Internet of Things" (IoT)? If you want to know more, you can learn by setting up your own "smart treasure box reminder system".
Students will experience DIY cloud and data uploading services by making a simple smart treasure box with one or two sensors. For example: When your treasure box is opened by someone, the "Smart treasure box reminder system" will automatically send email and SMS notifications. Students can learn the concept of Internet of Things (IoT) and IFTTT application through the workshop.
3. Robot problem-solving
Robots are one of the important sources of labor in future society. This workshop will introduce students to robot's contribution to the society and how they solve different problems.
Students will put together different wooden board modules, and learn programming and the main electronic parts of the robot, including steering gear and motor. Finally, they will use the robotic arm to complete simple tasks. Through this activity, students are guided to think about how to solve problems in real life.
6. Artificial Intelligence
What is artificial intelligence? This term has recently appeared in different places.
This workshop briefly introduces the concept of "artificial intelligence" to participants through daily life application examples and how to apply it in different places. Tutors will use artificial intelligence accessories such as cameras and voice modules to teach mobile phone applications, perform "portrait recognition" and "picture recognition", so that students can experience and take the first step in learning artifical intelligence.
Why choose us?
Our curriculum design instructor team has over 5 years of experience in STEM teaching. The STEM activity classes launched to cater to the needs of different schools. Many primary and secondary schools also participate, including St. Paul's Convent School, Chan Sui Ki (La Salle) College, Chiu Yang Por Yen Primary School, and so on...
We are committed to providing schools with STEM courses at affordable prices, and providing full-time STEM teaching instructors to the schools to carry out activities so that students can learn easily and happily. Let the school STEM development, teachers, and students all benefit from each other.
For more information or inquiries, please contact us at 3500-3963 or email to