STEM training held for teachers in the capital
KATHMANDU: A two-day Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) coaching programme was organised for the lecturers from varied faculties of Kathmandu, Lalitpur, Bhaktapur and Kavre districts.
The programme was organised on August 16 and 17 at Kanjirowa National Secondary School in collaboration with Robotics Association of Nepal (RAN) and Nepal Robotics Project, USA, in line with a press launch issued by the organiser.
The most important intention of the coaching was to advertise STEM — specializing in each the sensible and theoretical elements of robotics in Nepal, reads the assertion. As many as 28 individuals from 18 faculties have been concerned in studying in regards to the fundamentals of STEM schooling, drone making, aerodynamics, rules of flying, amongst others.
Kapil Dev Regmi, Chairman of Kanjirowa School, highlighted that Nepal’s schooling system required a sensible strategy to encourage the scholars for innovation and analysis fairly than selling rote studying. He was hopeful that such coaching will probably be given precedence in additional faculties in future.
Participating lecturers had a possibility to work together with each other and share their experiences on the situation of STEM schooling in Nepal. The programme was led by some progressive engineers having intensive information of robotics and newest technological developments within the area.
Michael Kronmiller from Nepal Robotics Project, US, Aliyah Pandoliff from Kashmir World Foundation, US, and Prof Sandra Magnus, former NASA Scientist and Astronaut despatched messages for the success of the programme and expressed their pursuits to work additional with Kanjirowa in STEM schooling sooner or later too.
Theodore Kronmiller, former US ambassador has been an inspiration to Kanjirowa in its STEM schooling, in line with the assertion.
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