We help you get your students making with proven pedagogy
Getting children interested in S.T.E.M. has been an ongoing effort within K-12 education.
While girls and boys do not significantly differ in their abilities in mathematics and science, they can differ in their interest and confidence in S.T.E.M.
In 2019, we conducted primary research with the Kravis Lab for Social Impact at Claremont McKenna College and found that when a child, regardless of gender, is able to create a physical object by themselves, it increases their enthusiasm for making. In the process of making, children are motivated to apply S.T.E.M. concepts because they ‘own’ the design of the product they are making.
Our focus is on teaching practical skills and techniques that enable students to invent, make, or repair three-dimensional objects for their everyday life.
We follow a 3-stage process in every class – Idea >> Design >> Make.