Space School Blueprint for Youth
Experience is the key to success, and your child will be exposed to situational learning, placing them in the control of budgets, project management, and complex crises.
1. Problem-based Learning:
Instead of memorising complicated theories or formulas, students in Space School will be trained to think creatively. Through the Problem-based Learning (PBL) model, students will be encouraged to find brand new solutions to problems encountered during simulations and projects. Students will report and share with other students what they have discovered and learned, creating a competitive environment to push and stimulate their desires to learn.
Through team learning students will understand the importance of cooperating with others as well as developing the ability to cooperate and work as part of a team.
3. Situational Learning
Through the use of different themes, students will have the opportunity to personally learn from and experience different situations and environments, thus forming a deeper learning impression and uplifting motivation.
4. Project Execution
The unique Problem Based Learning (PBL) integrates project programs that are designed to center on the student, encouraging them to acknowledge and solve problems.