BRIDGING THE GAP BETWEEN
INDUSTRY & EDUCATION
Teaching from the International Space Station...
It’s the Cuberider phenomenon.
Cuberider has successfully reshaped the classrooms of hundreds of schools throughout Australia, New Zealand and America.
All of our partner schools are testimony to our programs' success in increasing student engagement, class participation and results across all STEM subjects.
How do we do it? Through easy to implement, project based learning with real world outcomes.
This centres around running student code on technology on the International Space Station where they will test a hypothesis, collect data and beam results back down to Earth so it can be analysed in the classroom... seriously.
From STEM class to Mission Control
The Cuberider Space Program
transforms an every day science class into mission control whilst teaching students core science and mathematics, as well as workforce-critical problem solving skills.
Students work collaboratively in teams learning content and designing their experiments - all of which builds up to the grand crescendo... sending their experiment to the International Space Station.
Cuberider is a truly STEM experience, incorporating skills, knowledge and syllabus requirements across Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics specifically created for years 7, 8, 9 and 10.
Our program is for everyone, and as such our partner schools come in all shapes and sizes such as: rural schools, independent schools, low SES schools, and schools abroad.
With a diversity of customers, we understand that every school is different. So our programs are designed to be as flexible as possible!
This includes working to different time frames, learning content, and level of ability.
Our staff work closely with all our partner schools to insure the program is implemented in the best possible way for your teaching needs and learning environment.