Teachers

Qualified teachers will lead STEAM classes (6-8 students per teacher) joined by experienced teaching assistants.

schedule

  • 2 lesson every week per topic

  • 18 lessons in total

  • Each lesson is 45 mins 

  • 3:30 pm – 4:15 pm

  • 4:35 pm – 5:10 pm

  • (Choose from Monday to Friday)

How it works

Students will study from home.
Stable internet connection

and computer with video and audio access needed.

PRIcE

$415 per student attending 18 lessons (1 topic through out 9 weeks)

Why join Online

Science Club?

01

learn with

multimedia tools

Our multiple interactive online tools will:

  • Excite and motivate students to engage in online activities

  • Share students’ mind mapping and ideas with teachers who will feedback immediately for further inspiration, and develop their logical thinking

  • Record students’ detailed learning progress and overall learning curve

  • Frequently respond to parents

02

CUTTING-EDGE science TOPICS

All of our topics are carefully selected and align with pressing global issues. Our teaching materials are tailored to different inquiry steps, and integrate hands-on activities in order to inspire students to expand their knowledge and skills at the same pace as global, technological and innovative developments.

03

ADVANCED LEARNING Report

Students’ learning progress will be monitored frequently, and assessments will be conducted regularly among teachers, students themselves and their peers. The overall learning progress will be recorded and presented dynamically; our multi-dimensional digital report will record improvements made in the areas of scientific knowledge, specific skills and general capabilities, as well as compare the results with the national average.

For 2020 Online Science Club we offer 5 projects on Mars!

Monday

Space Farming

How do you grow food outside Earth?

Tuesday

Design a Spacesuit

Staying comfortable in outer space.

Wednesday

Remote Rover 

Smart assistants for adventures on Mars.

Thursday

Transport on Mars

Getting out and about on Mars.

Friday

School on Mars

What would a school on Mars look like?

SPACE FARMING

Grow plants in space! Earth’s farming and agricultural land is being used up … do you ever wonder what plants could grow in space? What conditions would you have to consider?

 

Aim: Using mathematics, physics, and biology, students will create a small greenhouse. Although the extra-terrestrial environment cannot be fully simulated, students will fully consider the realistic conditions of the planting site.

DESIGN A

SPACE SUIT

The universe, beautiful and out of reach, hides mysteries that we do not know! If you want to go out into space, you must first equip yourself. Use your imagination – how could astronauts equip themselves?

 

Aim: Students will make a spacesuit/astronaut’s glove out of various materials, suitable for the conditions of outer space. Such conditions that students will need to consider include temperature, pressure, and radiation. To complete the project, students will need to use mathematics and scientific knowledge, and engage in engineering experiments and scientific investigations.

REMOTE ROVER

Did you know, Curiosity, a Mars rover, helps humans to accomplish many tasks on Mars? What would we need rovers to do, if we were in the same special conditions of Mars? Think about it…

 

Aim: Students will learn about the transformation of energy and electrical circuits. Using mathematics and engineering knowledge, they will make a remote-controlled device that can perform tasks such as transporting loads.

TRANSPORT

ON MARS

Exploring outer space has always been a dream for us humans. Innovative creators like Elon Musk could help humans take a step further into space. If you really want to live on another planet, do you imagine what your life would be like? How would you commute and travel?

 

Aim: Students will gain knowledge about energy conversion and circuits. They will use mathematics and engineering knowledge to make a model of a transportation device for Mars. One makes a unique moral (what does this mean?).

SCHOOL ON MARS

Wouldn’t it be cool if you could study on Mars? How might a school on Mars look like? How would it be different from your own school?

 

Aim: Students will gain mathematical, engineering and technological knowledge as they create a building on Mars and consider the particular characteristics of the red plant. The building must have basic functions – ensuring temperature and pressure levels inside and serving other practical purposes. Students will build a model of their building based on their imagination and knowledge, to convey their ideas.

What will students learn from a STEAM project?

Attractive topics that help students to think through scientific and technological problems.

Let students complete projects by creating prototypes, modeling and even simulating!

The arts and maths are natural parts of STEAM work. Products and structures are built according to creative designs.