The mission at BrainTech Robotics STEM Learning Program is to develop a strong connection and deep resolve within young women ages 7 to 17 for Science, Technology, Engineering & Mathematics (STEM) through the programming, building and controlling of Robots and Drones.
“If there’s room in your heart for this stuff, we’ll fill it!” At BrainTech Robotics STEM Learning Centre, our mission is simple and based on the following basics:
1. People (especially young minded) are inquisitive and hungry for knowledge and experiences
We believe that every learner is unique and the key to learning is engagement. We listen, watch, adapt and apply means and ways that connect for young people to “Get It”. We encourage our students to actively participate in the learning & discovery process by asking questions and facing challenges.
2. Every mind is a unique learner
There are many different ways one learns as there are many ways to teach. All approaches stem from the students response to various teaching styles. Our Coaches & Mentors approach their task of guiding both individual and teams students; as interactive and immersive gaming experiences where the challenge is always the angle to which the students strive to over come.
3. Academic learning is not the only approach
The sessions allow students to develop important skills contributing to a more enriched learning experience; life-skills in time-management, organization, responsibility, integrity, respect, perseverance and confidence.
4. Effective learning requires a collaboration amongst the collective
Parents play an important role in the child’s growth and success in the program. They are included as advisors to provide input to best practices; we encourage parents to join in our professional development and team lead sessions. Our highly knowledgeable and skilled staff provide up to date status on every child as well as the progress of projects and success / fails in the program. As a take away we hope parents are able to extend the effective techniques and experience introduce in the learning centre labs with their children at home.