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TWMC Science Program

The TWMC Association is dedicated to nurturing talents in mathematics and science, launching a series of engaging and professional natural science courses from elementary to high school levels, deeply involving AP subjects. The aim is to spark students' interest in natural sciences and gradually enhance their professional knowledge and experimental skills, enabling them to achieve excellence in their future academic and career endeavors.

Lower Grades

  • Exploring Nature: Through outdoor observation activities and simple experiments, students are guided to discover the mysteries of the natural world, such as the process of plant growth and weather changes.

  • Basic Scientific Concepts: Teaching basic scientific concepts like water, air, and light, and deepening understanding through experiments.

Middle Grades

  • Scientific Exploration Skills: Emphasizing the importance of scientific observation and recording, training students to use scientific tools like microscopes to observe cells.

  • Fundamental Physics and Chemistry Concepts: Introducing the state changes of matter, simple chemical reactions, and basic physical laws.

Upper Grades

  • Integrated Natural Sciences: Covering more complex scientific phenomena, such as the balance of ecosystems and energy transformation.

  • Preliminary Scientific Experiments: Conducting more systematic experiments to cultivate experiment design and data analysis skills.

Through this comprehensive and in-depth course planning, the TWMC Association aims not only to equip students with solid knowledge in science and mathematics but also to transform this knowledge into the ability to solve real-world problems, showcasing their innovation and practical results at international invention expos. Such an educational model will lay a solid foundation for students' future academic pursuits and career paths, while also cultivating scientific and mathematical talents capable of addressing future challenges for society.

Our Future Plan

Interdisciplinary Learning Modules

  • Integrating STEM Education: By combining interdisciplinary projects in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics, we encourage students to explore the connections between science and everyday life, fostering innovative thinking and problem-solving abilities.

Science and Social Issues

  • Focusing on Global Issues: Cultivating students' global perspective and sense of social responsibility by discussing global scientific issues such as climate change, sustainable development, and biodiversity conservation.

  • Citizen Science Projects: Encouraging students to participate in citizen science projects, such as environmental monitoring and wildlife surveys, linking learning with real-world scientific research.

Technology Application and Future Technologies

  • Technology Application Practice: Teaching students how to utilize modern technologies, such as programming, 3D printing, and artificial intelligence, in scientific research and inventive innovation.

  • Exploring Future Science: Introducing cutting-edge technologies such as quantum computing and gene editing, sparking students' curiosity and desire to explore the future of science.

Academic and Career Planning Guidance

  • Academic Pathway Planning: Providing students with guidance on higher education options within the scientific field, helping them plan their future academic development.

  • Exploring Scientific Careers: Introducing various science-related careers, including site visits and career talks, to help students understand and prepare for their future career choices.

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