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Are you looking for ways to keep your little ones engaged and busy during spring break? Why not send them to a STEM Spring Camp? This program will enhance their knowledge and skills in science, technology, engineering and math.
A STEM spring camp synergizes two learning approaches: academics and hands-on learning.
Under academics, your child can stay ahead in his or her classes because they will be taught advanced lessons in preparation for the coming year. The curriculum also includes Mathematics and English creative writing, competitive test preparation and IB/GCSE/IGCSE/ICSE Math, English and Science.
Under the hands-on approach, your child will learn about STEM-focused subjects such as robotics, 3D printing, aeromodelling, chess, mechatronics and Arduino or flowchart programming.
When selecting a learning camp, make sure to enroll your child in a facility whose teachers are experienced and well-versed in STEM-related learning and teaching according to U.S. standards. Moreover, make sure the camp has high-quality amenities to ensure your child’s safety, convenience and maximum learning.
4 Reasons to Attend STEM Spring Camp
Stop spring break brain drain and fuel your child’s fascination and interest in future-ready subjects. Here are four compelling reasons to send your child off to a STEM spring camp.
1. STEM Skills are Empowering
The world of today and tomorrow is increasingly reserved for those who know how to design, analyze, build and create through the maths and sciences. This means that individuals who have STEM skills will have more opportunities to make their marks in the modern world.
By choosing to enroll your child in STEM-focused camps during their spring or summer breaks, you can ensure they are fully prepared for the challenges of university life – and beyond.
2. IT is the New Plumbing
Information technology (IT) became embedded in today’s professional lives at the level of saturation. By the time your children look for work as managers or receptionists, for instance, they won’t be hired if they couldn’t update a website or even upload CSV files. Even plumbers today are equipped with digital scanners and video cameras.
So if you want your kids to become a part of the modern working world, they must know how to use complex machines. And they can learn this at an early age when you send them to a STEM camp, let them attend the famous Dubai STEM Olympiad and encourage them to take up other STEM-related experiences.
3. Learn to Make Things Instead of Buying Them
Your child can learn how to code in a STEM camp. They can be taught how to reprogram or hack digital platforms. Also, they will learn and be encouraged to be inventors and innovators.
What your child learns at the age of eight or nine at a STEM camp will go beyond skills. They will also develop habits of work, attitudes, patterns of thinking and a growth mindset. By teaching them to invent and innovate, you are empowering them to take responsibility for shaping their own future.
4. Become a Developer, not a Consumer
The economic world can be roughly broken down into two groups, namely the consumers and the developers. Today, there are plenty of devices that do not require expertise to use and to master. This is intentional: the simpler it is to use a product, the easier it will be to market, sell, monetize and data-mine its users.
However, there is a power differential to such equation. Consumers will need to give up valuable content, information and cash to access such innovation. Without a doubt, the developers receive the most benefits. As a parent, you would want your child to become the developer, not the consumer.
Future-proof your child
If your child has not been exposed to STEM courses by the time he or she reaches second grade, they are missing a chance to excel in the future. At the same time, the skills they learn from these crucial subjects can help them survive the challenges of today. By enrolling your child in a STEM spring camp, you can be confident that you will be sending them on the journey to adulthood highly skilled and capable of reaching their goals.
AUTHOR BIO: Maloy Burman is the Chief Executive Officer and Managing Director of Premier Genie FZ LLC. He is responsible for driving Premier Genie into a leadership position in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) Education space in Asia, Middle East and Africa and building a solid brand value. Premier Genie is currently running 5 centers in Dubai and 5 centers in India with a goal to multiply that over the next 5 years.