Dansol Innovate Academy is poised to vigorously immerse learners into 21st-century skill acquisition that will prepare them to be innovative, by learning the latest tools, techniques and approaches which companies and organizations globally are using to build robotics and software programs, and be creators of job opportunities and job-ready expertise for their careers in future.
Dansol Innovate Academy programs are structured and supervised by Dansol Christian Mission to support learners on their journey through secondary school – both junior and senior – and allow them to learn coding, build projects, and share their creations for global competitions.
As a unique platform, offering a practical guide to learners will involve a step-by-step layout strategy that starts with:
• Admittance – screening for interest
• Learn – immersive training
• Lead – competition (put them up for a test)
• Internship – connect students to leverage on the school’s community (organizations, parent network, etc.) for students to solve real-world business cases.
• Microsoft Certification – Student gets internationally recognized certifications and others.
Innovate academy for kids is a group of courses that teach children how to build projects. They learn to build, design web apps, how to add content, and how to make them look professional. They learn, software development, UI/UX, Data Analytics and Robotics.
Pictures from a class
1. Build a Paper Roller Coaster
Have you ever ridden a roller coaster? Have you ever wanted to design your own? There are plenty of expensive toys and even video games that will let you build your own coasters—but in this project you’ll make one out of paper and tape, and learn about roller coaster physics along the way!
2. Marble Roller Coaster: Converting Potential Energy to Kinetic Energy
If you’d like to investigate the physics of amusement park rides, then this project is for you. You’ll build a roller coaster track for marbles using foam pipe insulation and masking tape, and see how much the marble’s potential energy at the beginning of the track is converted to kinetic energy at various points along the track.