We also offer series of incursions providing a range of immersive learning experiences that encourage STEM Thinking.
These sessions are a great way for educators to see STEM in action, and spark an interest in STEM both for children and educators. These sessions are adaptable to a range of ages and are appropriate for Early Childhood Services (3 – 5year olds); Out of School Hours Programs (5 – 12 year olds; mixed age groups) as well as Primary Schools.
Think like a Scientist
Explore the world of science - wonder, question and experiment. Explore the scientific process and what scientists do for our world and communities. What discoveries will you make?
Think like an Engineer
Explore the world of engineering and design solutions to solve problems. Explore the design process and how engineers help us. Design, build, problem solve and think like an engineer.
Think like an Inventor
Explore a world of ideas, imagination and innovation. What do you do with an idea? How do you overcome or solve a problem? Step into our Imagination Lab, think like an inventor and create something amazing. The world needs creative problem solvers who can bring ideas to life!
Think like an Entrepreneur
(best suited to 5-12 year olds)
Explore the world of opportunity your passions and interests can provide. Start a business and bring your ideas to life. Design, develop, research, prototype, market, budget and pitch your ideas. Identify your strengths, collaborate with partners, even raise some money for your school or a charity!
If you would like to be among the first to experience these immersive learning experiences, designed to encourage and support STEM thinking skills for both children and educators contact us on firstname.lastname@example.org for more information or a quote.
Sessions can be tailored to meet your specific needs. Duration of the sessions are adaptable based on the age of the group. Supporting resources are provided to encourage educators to further extend the incursion experience and scaffold learning through play and inquiry based learning.