8 December 2018
Fantastic and Fabulous news in STEMex for the past 4 months!
We have launched our new website with more detailed information and updates on the courses details and activities. Major changes that we would love to draw your focus on including: Our brand new Forum platform that allows parents and the STEM community to share their reviews.; Chinese is now available for our visitors; and we are beginning to produce more videos in our Youtube channel to provide an insight in what we do in class. We have received tremendous responses from audiences of website, Google Display and YouTube channels. Thanks you all for your support!
Our Saturday Trial Class has received an encouraging response. A taste of our Robotics, Coding & Smart City courses allow us to explain more in-depth what’s inquiry-based learning approach to STEM and how kids benefits from this learning approach in cultivate innovation and creativity. We are happy to see the exciting growth of learners in our Saturday regular workshop and plan to further expand to weekdays after school workshop. Click here for details.
For all our school programs participants, we will be sharing class activities updates in our Forum. After creating an account, parents will be able to get regular updates and details on the STEM classes. We hope this brand new platform will allow everyone who will be joining our school programs to share their feedbacks and opinions.
We have also launched several new courses including: Roller Coasters, littleBits®, Wind-up Toys and new Minecraft® courses.
As of last year, we are continuing to support the community in promoting STEM. In December, we will be joining the DesignInspire Workshop organised by HK Trade Development Council and arrange Facebook Live during the workshop. In the workshop, We will be using littleBits® to promote Smart City concepts to students age between 7-11. Because of the superb response from the audience, we will be offering extra trial class on Dec 15th at our centre.
We will continue to work more harder to bring more new international STEM learning to HK market.