It is said that the best playground design is entirely designed by children. In academia, the most successful curriculum is also the one that lets children take ownership of their studies. Putting this principle into practice, Integem has scientifically developed the Holographic AR STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Math) education program that inspires students’ creativity, design thinking, problem solving, and self-motivated knowledge & skill learning. This turns monotonous classrooms into interactive laboratories where students use their imagination, creativity, knowledge and skills to tackle challenges of various complexities. These innovative learning styles, explained in more details below, help students understand, communicate, and make the most use of their surroundings. Read more
Why do I need to learn Holographic AR programming? What can I learn when learning about Holographic AR? These are questions often raised by parents.
Here are typical skills students that students have gained through the fun-filled and project-based Holographic AR programming:
- STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Math) Concepts
- Design thinking
- Interactive storytelling
- UX/UI (User experience and user interface) design
- Effective collaboration
- Communication skills
- Problem solving
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Love is the foundation of life. It is a foundation that helps teach lessons on helping and caring for others. Giving and receiving love is essential for overall well-being and positivity.
How can children comprehend the meaning of “love”, and how can they learn to share this with others?
As with many other learning aspects, we learn best through our observations, interactions, and experience.
How can Holographic AR help students learn about love and helping others?
Bullying hurts. Sometimes, continuous bullying can destroy a kid so much that it can result in depression or even suicide.
To fight against bullying, kids need to build their self-confidence and stand up against a bully. However, it often takes time to build confidence.
Superhero stories can often help kids find power within and help them build their confidence. Superheros have their own unique characteristics and are viewed differently than the average individual, which often resonates with victims of bullying, as many times they are teased or taunted for being “different” than the average individual.
What if we can enable kids to gain self-confidence and strength instantly by turning them into the superheroes they admire?
And better yet, what if kids can create their own versions of superheroes and fight their own battles?