Journey to the centre of the Earth unveils more about the planet than just drilling the crust
Designing and Building
Laying hands on the third dimension is a more intriguing way of learning.
Why stare at the tip of the iceberg when you can dive deeper?
Finding solutions for problems with a touch of reality deliver the concepts cogently.
Real World Problem Solving
*Practical implementation for better problem solving.
*Using analytical and critical-thinking skills to look for patterns in data, trying to determine what those patterns mean, and then using that data to support a claim.
Learning Biodiversity out in the Nature, supports the understanding of the taxonomy, species variation and
many more. Transformation from Blackboard to learning through experience.
*It supports analysing and understanding a problem with quantized approach.
*Empowering students with design thinking attitude.
*Imparting a blueprint of standardized outlook and fine solutions.
The use of simple materials in achieving engineering challenges, leads the student to think and implement. Here the students were given bunch of straws to develop a suppot for a weight.
They not only designed the structure in a magnificient way, but also addressed the challenge effectively.
*An innovative way of connecting the solution to the problems.
*Finding new ways to put science into action.
*Brainstorming sessions for alternative perseverance .
The students are given with a problem from the society, which they brainstorm and try finding solution. Mentors are there to pave the pathway so that the thoughts reach
the correct proximal goal.
*To acquire knowledge and skills in electronics
*Learning and designing from the scratch with electronic components
*Automation in connectivity to electronic modules
Light stimulates electricity through the photosensitive diodes.The concept similar to TV remote can be implemented in designing of cars.In this section students come up with ideas of re-signing the varied
electronic components in specialized applications.
Science Wissen develops application based math curriculum which enables students to use different branches of mathematics to solve complex problems. Our approach towards a problem starts with defining and investigating the problem, collecting and investigating the data and constructing solutions using Math modeling and Computational thinking.