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  1. 1. Dear Madam, Thanks for your interest shown on STEM LAB. We will provide Training and curriculum for STEM LAB and we prepares our younger generation to embrace creativity, invention and innovation. STEM education begins in early childhood when children’s are curious, creative and continues through college. We believe that true learning takes place when a student has an opportunities to discover on their own through hands on, experiential, learning model. STEM education provides students with set of skills suited to new developing career opportunities available in STEM fields. STEM education empowers students and teachers for bigger social challenges around the world and in the communities. What is STEM LAB? STEM LABs are fully integrated class room programs custom-designed to meet each school’s unique academic objective STEM Labs engage learners of all abilities through hands-on, minds-on projects in STEM and technology exploration. STEM LAB Includes: STEM LAB = Robotics Lab + 21 Century Modern Science Lab. Robotics Lab Robotics Lab includes Lego MIndstrom (9797) base kit and this set enables to build and program real-life robotic solutions. Includes the programmable NXT brick, providing on- brick programming and data logging, three interactive servo motors, ultrasonic, sound and two touch sensors, a rechargeable battery, connecting cables and full color building instructions and software. Robotics is increasingly being considered as important in highly competitive, technology-driven world. Robotics integrates all STEM fields like mechanical, electrical, control engineering, computer science, technology, math and science. Robots are already playing a very pivotal and cutting edge role in diverse sectors like manufacturing, medicine, defense, automobile and etc..
  2. 2. 21st Century Modern Science Lab The sensor bundle takes the guesswork out of setting up labs; everything you need is at your finger tips! And whether you have existing computers or looking for stand-alone data collection, there are interface options’ perfect for your Labs. PAStrack system, clamps, density and mass sets, and all of the probware needed to perform all following activities. Science lab software includes teachers guide, student work sheet, activities and more… Features A) Activities in the areas of mechanics, chemical reactions, properties of matter, energy transfer and geosphere. B) Key term challenge increases vocabulary. C) Multiple choice questions enforce understanding while preparing students for critical standardized exams. Software: It’s a media rich, touch screen capable and adapts to your classroom technology without a problem. Just connect our SPARK link interface to use it on Macs & PCs, interactive white boards, and note books even i-Pad. The intuitive user interface makes for almost no learning curve which makes it easy to use with elementary and middle school learners but SPARKvue’s ability to display data in any fashion you wish (Digital, Analogue, Table and Graph) and open powerful analysis tools with the touch of the screen or mouse make it robust enough for advanced high school or university applications as well. Collect real-time sensor data, make predictions right on a graph and see the result, capture a snapshot of student work at any time with the journaling feature and create and edit student assessment prompts.
  3. 3. Can Do following Activities with the Bundle:( Detailed Activity List attached ) Position Speed and Velocity Acceleration Introduction to Force Archimede's Principle Newton's First Law Newton's Second Law Newton's Third Law Boyle's Law Temperature vs Heat Voltage Faraday's Law Density Percent Oxygen in the Air Conservation of Matter Properties of Ionic and Covalent Compounds Electrolyte vs Non-Electrolyte Solutions Phase Change pH of Household Chemicals Evidence of a Chemical Reaction Water, the Universal Solvent Varying Reaction Rates Endothermic or Exothermic Radiation Energy Transfer Specific Heat of Sand vs Water Insolation and the Seasons Soil pH Air Pollution and Acid Rain Significant Figures

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