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2018 16-19 March

The Workshop

22th March 2018 Schedule
10:45 - 12:15 12:45 - 2:15 2:30 - 4:00 4:30 - 6:00
Course Name LEGO - WeDo2.0 Create. Connect. Collaborate Movement is the key to learning Technology & Humanity
Aspects WeDo is our most popular curriculum (with good reasons of course). It covers the fundamental principles of engineering, mathematics, science, and works to supplement the basics that children are taught as part of their regular school curriculum. By building motorized models using LEGO® bricks and learning theories through storytelling and demonstrations, children learn STEM subjects in an intuitive and engaging manner. What is the one thing you have with you 24/7 (and use every.single.day!)? It used to be a Teddy Bear–today, it is your smartphone. What if you could use that to create global friendships, discover your personal passions and talents, learn new skills, combat bullying and much more–while...having FUN!? Calling ALL youth ages 8 - 25!! Keep your OM & DI buddies with you before, during and AFTER finals. And then, extend your friendship circles beyond borders. Discover how we have more similarities than differences as you share you & embrace others. Come learn in our workshop how YOU can be the youth uniting nations®– ‘we, not me.' I believe you can be. "Technology and lifestyle have an enormous impact on the development of healthy mins, not only on young children but on humans across all ages, Why ismovement important? And how does movement unlock learning potential in the human mind." Social Isolation, Collision of Cultures, and lack of the A in STEM Education is the common theme song In our ever growing and moving world of temporary, circular, or permanent migration of global peoples. Sparking creativity, connectivity, and collaboration, technology is the driving means used by innovative youth to mitigate the pressures of segregation and ignite a positive future on campus and off
Presented By Ms.Shiva Cynthia Magdelize Janse van Vuuren Cynthia
Category Teachers Student Parents and teachers of all ages / Ministers. Principals. Teachers
Room Number 224 228 228

22th March 2018

Course Name : LEGO - WeDo2.0

Aspects

WeDo is our most popular curriculum (with good reasons of course). It covers the fundamental principles of engineering, mathematics, science, and works to supplement the basics that children are taught as part of their regular school curriculum. By building motorized models using LEGO® bricks and learning theories through storytelling and demonstrations, children learn STEM subjects in an intuitive and engaging manner.

Schedule : 10:45 - 12:15
Presented By : Ms.Shiva
Category : Teachers
Room Number : 224

Course Name : Create. Connect. Collaborate

Aspects

What is the one thing you have with you 24/7 (and use every.single.day!)? It used to be a Teddy Bear–today, it is your smartphone. What if you could use that to create global friendships, discover your personal passions and talents, learn new skills, combat bullying and much more–while...having FUN!? Calling ALL youth ages 8 - 25!! Keep your OM & DI buddies with you before, during and AFTER finals. And then, extend your friendship circles beyond borders. Discover how we have more similarities than differences as you share you & embrace others. Come learn in our workshop how YOU can be the youth uniting nations®– ‘we, not me.' I believe you can be.

Schedule : 12:45 - 2:15
Presented By : Cynthia
Category : Student
Room Number : 228

Course Name : Movement is the key to learning

Aspects

"Technology and lifestyle have an enormous impact on the development of healthy mins, not only on young children but on humans across all ages, Why ismovement important? And how does movement unlock learning potential in the human mind."

Schedule : 2:30 - 4:00
Presented By : Magdelize Janse van Vuuren
Category : Parents and teachers of all ages
Room Number :

Course Name : Technology & Humanity

Aspects

Social Isolation, Collision of Cultures, and lack of the A in STEM Education is the common theme song In our ever growing and moving world of temporary, circular, or permanent migration of global peoples. Sparking creativity, connectivity, and collaboration, technology is the driving means used by innovative youth to mitigate the pressures of segregation and ignite a positive future on campus and off

Schedule : 4:30 - 6:00
Presented By : Cynthia
Category : / Ministers. Principals. Teachers
Room Number : 228

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