What is STEM Works for Schools?
STEM works for school is a drive-by India STEM Foundation where we invite teachers who are people from the STEM social class to provide data and guidance to the students who will seek after their employment or are keen on STEM.
About Ms Sneha –Director Nalla Malla Reddy Foundation School, Hyderabad
Dr. Sneha Nalla is an academician, researcher, and educationist who is currently serving as the Director of Nalla Malla Reddy Foundation School in Hyderabad, India. She has a Doctorate in Economics from the University of Hyderabad and has over 17 years of experience in the education industry. Dr. Sneha Nalla is highly dedicated to research and has presented her work at several national and international conferences, including the World Bank and Oxford University. Her expertise and leadership have made her an invaluable asset to Nalla Malla Reddy Foundation School, which has become one of the top educational institutions in the region.
About Nalla Malla Reddy Foundation School, Hyderabad
School is arranged in the wonderful and brilliant environmental factors of Divyanagar with its beautiful jungle gyms and perfect nurseries within a space of 3.5 Sections of land. It has a wonderful three-story working in two blocks offering individual homeroom convenience for around 2000 youngsters. School cooks for kids from 3 to 15 years old in two structures of more than 50,000 sq. ft. on the grounds, which are utilized for various age bunches obliging understudies of every financial gathering. The school gives a well-disposed of, inviting air and energizes the improvement of the youngsters, prepping them into all-rounders and dynamic individuals from the general public. School is glad for its accomplishment in supporting every kid to their maximum capacity inside the brief time frame of the foundation.
School was established in the year 2009 by Nalla Malla Reddy Education Society under the pioneering guidance of its Secretary, Sri Nalla Malla Reddy, with a motive to contribute his might to the society to give light in the present days of the darkest era of schooling for our blooming children, whose future is put to uncertainty with falling standards except for intuitive students by the time they pass out from the school. The school being a launching pad for a student’s bright future, the FOUNDATION SCHOOL is started to create a strong basis at the school level itself, where they excel in behaviour, discipline, hard work, writing, reading, understanding, creativity and also written language which is the channel of communication.
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Know More About STEM Works for Schools
STEM works for schools aimed at providing students with a chance to learn from top educators from partner schools, colleges and institutes and to seek guidance and learn from their experiences.
Mission and Vision
Imparting education with a strong foundation in basics like vocabulary, pronunciation, terminology, usage of grammar and language in its proper form enables the student’s capability to put their ideas on paper perfectly on their own, along with participation in Robotics coding games, sports, arts, craft, theatre, music, gardening, oration and mathematical skills at school level shall lay a strong foundation on which any superstructure can become long-lasting.
Who Do We Invite?
We invite all the educators that are joined with us in our mission from different prestigious training institutes, from schools, colleges, and universities all over India, who are in partnership with ISF and are playing an essential role in making STEM accessible to all.
Benefits Of Getting Interviewed at STEM Works for Schools?
- Make yours and your institute’s ideologies related to STEM reach out to millions of students globally. Enhance students’ knowledge with new ideas and innovations.
- Inspire young minds by boosting their curiosity with your mission and vision about STEM and help them to bring their creative powers to become the innovations of the new world.
- Help us create free STEM resources for everyone. Students’ despite of their locations and backgrounds, be able to access the knowledge of STEM.
- Create a strong alliance with India STEM foundation to collaborate and connect on multiple different grounds to host multiple different events and competitions in their city and give their children a learning and fruitful experience.
- Get to be a part of a strong-knit STEM community in India and provide children with an opportunity to develop good careers around STEM.
- Stand out to be a STEM leader amongst the others. Motivate others to be a part of the change too.
How Can You Get Invited?
Scroll down to get to know about the procedure to be an ISF partner institute.
REGISTER YOUR SCHOOL WITH ISF
Does My School need to be An ISF Partner Institute?
Yes, it is mandatory to be an ISF partner school along with following the STEM Curriculum, bringing changes from elementary to high school level. This will help them develop 21st Century skills such as critical thinking, problem-solving, creativity and teamwork.
Is there A Fees to Become an ISF Partner Institute?
No, there are no fees to be an ISF partner Institute all you need to sign a MoU. If you have the will to bring a better change into the world and have a positive approach towards STEM. Join us now if you’re willing to join us on the journey.
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Be A Part of STEM EDUCATION CONFERENCE IN INDIA By Joining this PANEL
You can be a part of the STEM education conference in India if you’re a member of the panel.
How Can You Join the Panel
Be an ISF partner institute, tie with ISF India and be a part of the STEM education conference in India- PANEL.
The meetings will be held on online platforms.
TOPIC OF the DISCUSSION
The major topics of discussion will be the changes to be made in the curriculum, how educating STEM subjects affects lives, the attitude change of students towards STEM, and how students respond to the events and competitions.