50 girls were tasked to build something a Superhero would wear to a Fashion Show last week, check out what they built in just 1 hour! We saw Giant shields, rubber band shooters and wolverine claws, with one team even pivoting to supervillains!
"We must leverage technology to transform the way we teach, learn and connect with the world. The quality of our education system depends on quality teachers, supported and enabled by technology to bring out the best in our students."
The robots are the pride and joy of local youth start-up Stick 'Em, a 10-member team that aims to bring robotics to children at one-tenth the cost of traditional robotics kits.
Mdm President & IMDA CEO tries their hands at Stick 'Em during the Digital for Life Festival to bring together Singaporeans to embrace digital learning as a lifelong pursuit.
Students from Rulang Primary using Stick 'Em, a STEM assembly kit, to build robots with chopsticks to build robots. This helps them understand design-thinking concepts and exercise creative problem solving in a simple and fun way.
A wefie with the one of the winning RHB Hacks teams, Stick'Em SG. Using 3D-printed connectors and the extra disposable chopsticks you get from deliveries, they’ve designed a STEM education kit to encourage creative problem solving and hands-on learning among kids. The model aeroplane on the top right was built with this kit.
Many of the winning ideas showcased by youth teams at the annual Mapletree-SCCCI River Hongbao Hackathon today were spurred by business…
Minister of State for Culture, Community and Youth and Trade and Industry Low Yen Ling listening to 17-year-old Chong Ing Kai present the business idea from his team…