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about us

we inspire learning

Cuberider gives high school students the opportunity to learn valuable STEM skills by designing and coding experiments that are tested in space on the International Space Station.

Our program is specifically designed to teach students creative and critical thinking, so that they become the next generation of leaders, innovators and problem solvers.

OUR MISSION

The Future Is Bright

In the next ten years, 75 per cent of jobs in the fastest-growing industries will require skills in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM).

Our mission is to build excitement for and enrolments in STEM by giving students access to incredible learning opportunities and environments. 

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HOW WE DO IT

Immersive Learning Materials

We provide schools specialised content for Stage 5 learning that complements the national curriculum.

Our ‘Mission Pack’ includes one satellite hardware kit and an nine module, step-by-step online learning program. 

At the conclusion of the program students experiments are packaged up, blasted into space and tested by NASA astronauts at the International Space Station (ISS).

 

Enabling Hardware

Learning Platform & Curriculum

 
 
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SPACE HARDWARE

How We Measure 

We use Nano satellite technology, fitted with 12 unique sensors that allow students to design and build experiments.

Sensors allow students to test virtually anything from variations in the earth’s magnetic field and Einstein's ‘Theory of Relativity’, to astronaut’s exposure to radiation. Students have even used sensors to create music and art using data patterns.

 
 
 
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