Always a pleasure to receive photos from teachers in action. Got these from Sekolah Kebangsaan Bukit Minyak! Thanks to Motorola Solutions Foundation for supporting the Project Ignite program!
Once again, we would like to thank Intel for being our strong supporter and this time donating 150 used laptops (but in amazing condition!) to Penang Science Cluster to enable us to benefit students in Penang. Setting them up is in-progress!
With micro:bit being introduced in the RBT Standard 5 curriculum, we are happy to equip teachers with what’s necessary to deliver this to their students! Thanks to all the teachers who joined us for our first session this year. If you are a teacher in Penang and would like to participate in our free programs, […]
We would like to thank volunteers from IHS Markit Penang office for volunteering their time to check and reformat laptops from our laptops-on-loan program for students. Over 130 laptops were checked and reformatted over the course of one week with the help of more than 20 volunteers!
Continuing from the secondary school session, we conducted another virtual Youth TechCamp with 9 undergraduate students. Throughout the 2-day workshop with the theme of “Receive.Process.Create”, student leaders learned how to differentiate between facts and opinions, identify fake photos in the media and lastly, create factually accurate infographic from vetted online content. Now, the student leaders […]
We conducted our inaugural virtual Youth TechCamp for 60 student leaders from secondary schools. The 3-day workshop with the theme of “Receive. Process. Create” enabled student leaders to differentiate facts and opinions, identify fake photos in the media, and lastly, create factually accurate infographic from vetted online content. Now, the student leaders have emerged as […]
Last week, over 200 students from secondary schools in Penang attended the Keysight After School 2021 (Virtual Workshop). This workshop was pack-filled with activities such as a virtual tour to the Keysight Auditorium, interactive sessions, Electrical and Mechanical Workshop conducted by Keysight Technologies employees, video-sharing and quizzes! At the end of the workshop, Mr Jerry […]
Thanks to the fundraising efforts from Rotary Club Butterworth, students and teachers from Sekolah Kebangsaan St. Mark Butterworth are now equipped with laptops and learning kits to learn electronics and coding using micro:bit!
Here are some amazing teachers we would like to highlight – replacing RAM during downtime! Thanks to our funders and with the support from JPNPP, we are able to work with teachers from over 90 schools to upgrade the RAM of netbooks in schools to ensure that students can have a better learning experience.
We are grateful for the support from Micron Malaysia that enabled over 35 students from 4 schools in Penang to be able to learn digitally. Yes, even as school reopen, there is still a widespread need for devices and connectivity as digital learning becomes more and more common.