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SA Pupils Ignite World Space Week With Rocket Launch

Originally Published by IOL, October 14 2021. World Space Week, celebrated internationally from October 4 to October 10, saw hundreds of South African pupils take part and engage in the I-Innovate programme, which linked learners to experiments aboard the International Space Station through the renowned ExoLab programme. “This is the world’s largest ...

Making Space for Growth

Originally Published by News24, 12 October 2021. It is not every day that Grade 8 and 9 learners get the chance to build and launch their very own rockets but that is exactly what happened last week Thursday (7 October) at the Cape Academy of Maths, Science and Technology in Constantia. As ...

Students Launch Weather Balloons for Earth Day Experiment

Originally Published by MemeBurn, 26 April, 2021. Western Cape school students got together on Earth Day to launch two weather balloons as part of a scientific experiment. The event took place at Saldanha Airfield along the West Coast on 22 April. Organised by education initiative I-Innovate, the event brought learners from Western Cape ...

Learning About Space From an Astronaut

Published by Krugersdorp News, September 30, 2019. More than 400 learners quietly sat in the Skyhawk Aviation hanger at the Lanseria Airport on 17 September, waiting to meet a National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) astronaut in real life. Dr Don Thomas visited the Sakhikamva Foundation STREAM lab as part of I-Innovate’s ...

Earth Day: SA Pupils Look to Space in Innovative Learning Programme

Originally published on News24, 22 April 2021. The world's next generation of scientists celebrated Earth Day doing what they love best - exploring the boundaries of their world through an innovative experiment. Earth Day is commemorated annually on 22 April, with the global awareness day aimed at highlighting our role in protecting ...

SA Learners Celebrate World Space Week With Rocket Launch

Published by CapeEtc on October 16, 2021 So far, 2021 has notched up three successful civilian space journeys, ushering in a new era of space travel and igniting the imaginations of the younger generations across the globe. With new possibilities and opportunities in space transforming our perspectives of our galactic horizons, there’s an exciting ...

I-Innovate Brings 400 Learners and a NASA Astronaut Together

Originally published by Social TV, September 20 2019. Nearly 400 Gauteng learners from schools such as Diepsloot and Rabasotho Combined Schools, Nooitgedacht Primary School and St Ansgars had the incredible experience of meeting former NASA astronaut, Dr Don Thomas, a veteran of 692 space orbits of the Earth. 21st Century learning specialist, I-Innovate hosted ...

Young Pupils Show Their Innovation

Originally published by Sowetan Live, 19 November 2018. Six grade 9 pupils have created a prototype of a street sweeper robot to clean up their township, Diepsloot, north of Johannesburg. Samantha Koata, 15, Palesa Mogaoa, 14, Mabusa Ramakgwakgwa, 14, Kgothatso Maanaso, 15, France Mpempe, 15, Seleka Selamolela, 15, and Gift Gafane, 15, ...

I-Innovate Brings Artificial Intelligence to South African School

Originally published on IT News Africa, August 31st 2018. STE(A)M educational company, I-Innovate has partnered with U.S. developers, Curiosity Machine to bring the AI Family Challenge to South Africa. The project aims to ultimately reaching 20 000 learners in disadvantaged communities around the world. I-Innovate has brought Grade 3 to 7 learners ...
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