Twin’s Education Pack was tested and approved by both students and their teachers during Twin Science Session at the Knightsbridge School in London.
Twin Science works to create kits to equip kids with the tools and knowledge they need to overcome tomorrow’s biggest challenges. Education pack, in particular, offers various fun and instructive STEM activities which children can do in their classrooms.
In January 2020, Twin Science organized a STEM education workshop in the Knightsbridge School, a day school in central London that provides an all-through education for ages 4 – 16 years. Students designed robotics projects and learned the science behind self-driving cars using Twin Science Kits and LEGO building blocks.
The founder and principal of the Knightsbridge School, Magoo Giles was very excited to see how students were engaged with the Education Kit: “Really excited to see what’s going on a Twin Science Workshop. The children are all buzzing. They are all really excited about what they are doing. I think this is the future.”
Katie Donkor, head of Digital Learning in Knightsbridge School was pointing out both the fun and educational side of the kit: “Coming to Twin Science workshop, children are really engaged. They are really enjoying it and learning new STEM activities.”
Besides the technology and the science behind self-driving cars, kids developed an understanding of teamwork. Each member of the group took a significant role in the making of the car. They all valued both their contribution and other members’ contributions to the project. They experienced a sharing culture where they help one another with their best practices.
The barrier they have in their minds which is the idea that they cannot easily build these high technologies was removed at the end of the day. They were more hopeful to create better technologies for the sake of the world.
Twin Science Kits are fun and educational robotics and coding kits that improve the imagination of children. It consists of electronic modules that connect magnetically. This way, children can easily make cutting-edge technologies such as robots and autonomous cars using Twin modules.
Visit the website for more information: twinscience.com