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Hamaari PiCycle Online

Hamaari Picycle is a two-week long virtual learning Camp for young scholars who are fascinated by math and science and dream of themselves as the scientists and mathematicians of tomorrow. It gives students who are interested in scientific inquiry, an opportunity to expand their horizon and ride the wave of excitement that the path of math and science offers.

Camp Details

Age Groups Accepted: 11 to 14 years                                   Batch Size: 15

Session on Virtual learning tools: June 07,2020

Dates:      Science (Week 1)  - June 09 -12, 2020                  Math (Week 2) - June 15-19, 2020

Cost:        Science Week: Rs. 5000 per student                     Math Week: Rs. 5000 per student

You can signup for any one or for both camps. (Limited scholarships available)

How to Apply:

Application Form - https://forms.gle/NUGDJhJEXyCFsV236

The day will start with the morning session exploring math concepts along with a task integrating multiple concepts, posing an open ended problem for small groups to discuss, challenge and work together which will be shared in large groups in the afternoon session.

Please reach out to us at 7807071348 or 8626878945 (number also available on WhatsApp) in case of any queries.

Program Outline

The day will start with the morning session exploring math and science concepts along with a task integrating multiple concepts, posing an open ended problem for small groups to discuss, challenge and work together which will be shared in large groups in the afternoon session

The World of Math: From number theory to complex geometrical shapes, the World of Math sessions will take students through the journey of mathematics. We will try to figure out the ‘why’ of things and understand the role of Math in engineering our cosy homes to building work stations in space.  

The World of Science: In the World of Science sessions, we will recreate the Eureka moments of scientific history in our sessions. From the invisible molecules of air to the secrets that light carries, from forces of attraction to the electric thunder bolts in the sky, students will spend quality time experiencing natural phenomena from a scientific lens.  

Writing Scientific and Mathematical Ideas: Very often students figure out concepts and even come up with new hypotheses, but find it difficult to articulate it accurately using correct mathematical language. These sessions will prepare students to use the language of math to write and understand technical literature.

Virtual Learning: Depending on the need of the hour, Aavishkaar has created a library of online resources which will help students to develop skills through virtual manipulatives, resources which will help in experiential learning while maintaining the social distancing norms. Participants will be engaging through virtual learning platforms like google classroom.