Unique Science Program
ABOUT THE PROGRAM
HOW IT WORKS
History is a proof that people have turned to nature for inspiration in literature, arts and science. Many great scholars like Emily Dickinson, Vincent Van Gogh and Albert Einstein found motivation in nature. While it is easy to visualize the impact of inspiration from nature in arts, it isn't that obvious in science.For instance, even though the airplane was inspired by birds in flight,it isn't obvious how exactly we replicated the mechanism of flight by watching the birds. Likewise, the design of the Japenese bullet train was inspired by the beak of kingfisher bird. Students are often taught about nature and technology seperately, which leaves a void of knowledge about the common laws of science.
NaTech4Kids aims to teach children that the natural world and technology both follow the same laws of science. Bringing such awareness will make the students realize that the knowledge they gain from this program have practical applications in the real world. The program aims to help students nourish the scientific curiosity in their minds. The program has a uniquely designed curriculum to intrigue and inspire students in science.The goal of the program can be summed up in the words of children's author Terry Krautwurst: "Our challenge isn't so much to teach children about the natural world, but to find ways to nurture and sustain the instinctive connections they already carry."