Are You a Parent?
Gift Your Kid a Magical Practical Experience when
electronics becomes fun and learning limitless.
STEM learning is becoming more and more important. According to data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics, there is a requirement of 1.9 Million STEM educated workers in United States by 2019 and yet, roughly 40% of students who intend to do a major in STEM ended up switching to other subjects.
Using KIT-1, you can inspire your kids to first hand experience the joy of technology, design and innovation. Through a mix of hands-on experiments and projects, kids can connect the concepts of engineering and science to their daily lives, and finally get inspired!
And if you are a parent who is home-schooling your kid or looking for a great gift, this kit is the perfect choice for you.
Are You a Maker of Things?
Develop Projects in Less than 30 Minutes. Learn to Prototype.
Build to Learn. Polish Your Fundamentals.
This kit is all about getting your hands dirty with real world electronic components, understand how each part works through cool experiments, plugging them together to glow LEDs, beep buzzers, control lights, create interesting application projects and having fun.
At the end, you get into the details of each project- whats and whys and analyse the circuits through voltages, currents, laws that govern them and draw conclusions.
If you are a hobbyist looking to kick start building things in electronics or a passionate hobbyist trying to expand your knowledge horizon, this kit is the right fit for you.
Are You a Science Educator?
Convert Your Classroom Into an Electronics Playground.
Enable Project-based Learning in STEM.
Through our interactive hands-on experiments and projects library, you will be able to convert your classroom into a real hands-on workshop. With access to our extensive curriculum on electrical and electronics, you will be able to demonstrate the concepts and enable students learn abstract scientific concepts in Physics through experimentation and observation.
Having worked with 15,000 middle school and high school students and 250 science teachers in Asia, we have extensive experience in teaching and designing hands-on projects for physics and electronics. We have hosted more than 150 technical workshops.
Doing so learn helped us understand the following: what experiments students like or dislike, what mistakes they make while performing the experiments, at what specific steps they get stuck, and what questions they ask. This is how we design our kits: every product decision is guided by rich user experience.
Barton Millar, Robotics Instructor, Singapore American School
Are You a Pro-active School?
Set up Electronics Club in Your Campus.
Promote hands-on STEM Learning among students.
Special Educational discounts are available to get access to our fully functional project-based learning curriculum including, high quality development kits, books, learning videos, step-by-step building instructions, and quizzes. Students use our kits and content to build projects, test variables and parameters and learn through observations.
A meta-analysis of 15 years of research on the advantages of hands-on learning, including 57 studies of 13,000 students in 1,000 classrooms, demonstrated that:
Students in activity-based programs performed up to 20% higher than groups using traditional or textbook approaches.
The greatest gains occurred in creativity, attitude, perception, and logic (Bredderman, 1982).
In a four-year study on the benefits of hands-on learning conducted in an elementary school in California, it was found that:
The longer students participated in hands-on learning, the higher their scores were in science, writing, reading, and mathematics (Amaral & Garrison, 2002).
Hands-on activities unleash the learning potential of students who are struggling with studies.
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Are You a Student?
Show to your friends and teachers how doing Tech is fun.
Prepare yourself for a great STEM degree.
With an All-in-one kit, you can now build science and technology projects for your academic assessments, science fairs, exhibitions and robotics hobby.
If you are a Robotics or DIY enthusiast, you will be able to build a strong foundation in electronics, from reading schematics, circuit symbols, connections and assemble circuits on the breadboard involving multiple active and passive electronic components, to working on important circuits like H-Bridge (motor-driving circuit) and PWM (pulse width modulation) to inventing ones out of your own creativity.