Take a look at some of our past projects in different fields
Introduction to Programming and Robotics with BBC Micro:bit
Project was designed to be suitable for students with none or little programming experience.
At the beginning of the project, students were introduced to Python programming language, which in later stages they used to program a BBC micro:bit - a simple micro-controller widely used for the early stage computer science education in UK.
At the end of the program, student have programmed a robotic car bit:bot to follow the track of the line.
An Insight to Medicine
The Project introduced three key organs of the human body: the brain, the heart, and the lungs. Using short slide presentations, 3D maps of human body and videos the anatomy of these organs were explored. After introduction, students have produced anatomical models of these organs to further develop their understanding.
The project included a visit to the local hospital to give students a better understanding about the daily job of a doctor.
Bilingualism and Practical Journalism
Have you ever wondered how may languages are actually being spoken in this multilingual city? Why is speaking more than one language incredibly important? Research this topic like a university student with us and explore them by yourself! In the following days, you will be learning some important skills of journalism, such as designing a questionnaire, conduction an interview to your friends, and data processing to help with your research.
You will also be experiencing how university students in English countries read papers and write an academic article. You will be given lectures on a brief introduction to linguistics and core content of bilingualism.
Tired of doing a presentation? Making a video of never a privilege of those technical guys. Video Editing 101, that is what it takes. Practical skills combined with academic content, one plus one is more than two.