Brain Bytes focuses on hands-on project-based learning to create an engaging learning experience for students to spark their interest in S.T.E.A.M. subjects. We strongly believe in learning from playing and making. Brain Bytes provide information on tools to engage students to learn. From our past experiences in delivering programs and events, we have moved on to focus more on delivering valuable information online to reach more students, parents, teachers, hobbyists and individuals around the world. Below are some of our past achievements.
We provide information, distribute and sell some of the coolest gadgets and tools in the world such as 3D Printers, FischerTechnik & Fischer TiP tools for S.T.E.A.M. education, Arduino and the list goes on. Tools allows students to explore their own interests and even make things that are beyond our imagination. There is no reason for students to be bored.
At Brain Bytes, we enjoy our Research and Development (R&D) process. R&D time allows us to play with some of the coolest gadgets and tools in the world such as 3D Printers, FischerTechnik & Fischer TiP tools for S.T.E.A.M. education, Arduino and the list goes on. Not sure what to get for learning or festive seasons? Get in touch with us 🙂
Programs (Past) –
We drive 21st-century education through our Young Engineers, Young 3D Creative Artists and Young Literate programs while focusing on 4Cs (Communications, Collaborations, Creativity and Critical Thinking). We also developed sustainable training programs for teachers and schools to focus on S.T.E.A.M. education.
Events & Competitions (Past)-
Local events and competitions allow students to apply what they have learnt into real-world application. It transforms students’ learning experience by allowing students to own the projects.
We have joined and organized local and international events and competitions ranging from University visits, MSCAPICTA to international competitions like Taiwan Maker Faire, Hong Kong Science competition and a trip to other countries.
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