After Technovation Families (AI Family Challenge) Pakistan Science Club now in collaboration with Technovation and UNESCO is launching a pilot program, Technovation Idea Lab in Pakistan.
Pakistan Science Club (PSC) has called all the young makers to get free online training at its Online Family STEAM camp while staying at home with Family Camp.
The Family STEM Camp session-II theme is ‘Be A Maker’. https://paksc.org/onlinecamp
During the current situation of self-isolation and global pandemic, Pakistan Science Club is determined to provide quality time to young ones and teens. Online Family Mathematics Camp in collaboration with NMIEL (Nida & Madni Institute of Experiential Learning) is engaging & learning with fun. Hands-on experience is captivating not only for students of different age groups but parents and teachers can equally benefit from it. Parents will not only enjoy different activities but also learn how to teach their kids in a meaningful way. Various household items and low cost/no cost material will be used for hands-on activities which tell us that learning is not dependent on expensive props and material.
During the current situation of self-isolation and global pandemic, Pakistan Science Club is determined to provide quality time to young ones and teens. Online Family Science Camp will be an engaging, learning and healthy experience for not only students of different age group but parents will also enjoy them with their children. Various household items will be used for hands-on activities that can be easily found in any home.
The Founder and CEO of Pakistan Science Club (PSC) Mr. Abdul Rauf participated in the conference and the roundtable meeting was held at 2019 World Conference on Science Literacy (WCSL) in Beijing on October 16-17, 2019 organized by China Association for Science & Technology (CAST) Under the theme of "Science Literacy for Sustainable Development" the conference is designed to promote people-to-people diplomacy, help deliver the United Nation's 2030 sustainable development goals and advance the building of a community of shared future for humanity, said Zheng Kai, vice director general of the CAST's department of science popularization.
The talented three young Pakistani students secured 3 medals at the Asia's largest science fair THE 34th CHINA ADOLESCENTS SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY INNOVATION CONTEST (CASTIC) It will be a very proud moment for the whole nation that all three candidates secured positions in their respective categories. Aamna won silver medal whereas Arbaaz Mehmood and Hamza Ibrahim received Bronze Medals.