Exhibition Day 2019

Presenting what you learn is a crucial phase in the cycle of learning. It's not the easiest nor the most pleasurable for anyone. To be vulnerable and open to feedback and comments makes it even more difficult. However, the key takeaways and learnings are very enriching.

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Working with Arus

We interviewed some of our team members to find out what do they think about Arus. Read on the Question and Answer session below to know more about it!

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Celebrating 5-Year Milestone

"Arus simply can be said as one of my most favorite places that I would spend my whole day at, without feeling boring." Subashini (Maker Academy batch 2015 alumni) enjoy learning how technology is integrated in our daily life.

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Empowering Girls through Girls in Engineering, Mathematics and Science (GEMS)

Throughout human history, we are always influenced by our friends, our family and the cultures around. Much of those we took to be our inner most desires and expected selves actually comes externally - how social upbringing shapes us. Girls might grow up to be a house wife because that role is seemed to be the destined position and that is how others define success for a girl.

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Creating Powerful Lessons

If you were given the seating layout of an airplane and had to decide the seating arrangement of passengers who are going onboard, how would you arrange them knowing that a few of them have recently traveled to countries that had just experience a deadly outbreak? What if some of them were showing mild to extreme symptoms but you’re not in the position to diagnose, just to arrange the seating? How would you place them knowing there are children, elderly people and pregnant women on the plane and that seats are limited? Give your reasoning.*

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Digi Academy

Last week concludes a 4-month long journey to incorporate our Maker Academy programme with 20 Pusat Internet under the purview of Digi. The new programme is called Digi Academy.

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Young Engineers for Society

Saturday wraps up a programme we have been doing in SMJK Jit Sin II since the beginning of 2018. It's the Young Engineers for Society programme, modelled from the Arduino component of our Maker Academy programme.

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Maker Uno

Since our Maker Academy's inception, we have been using the microcontroller CT UNO. CT UNO is designed based on the Arduino UNO form factor by Cytron Technologies. There are a few reasons to choosing Arduino, or rather CT UNO as our microcontroller platform. It was one of the easiest beginner microcontroller to learn, and we want to support a home-grown product.

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Phone Buster

Students’ details: Chua Pek Yzin Zakiy Muayyad Bin Zadil Hanief Ng Yee Cheng Age: 13 Made in: 2017 Description or (Achievements) and skills involved Cell phone detector. Cell phone usage at a petrol station can cause major accident to happen. The cell phone detector will detect the usage of a cell phone. Once detected, a small alarm […]

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