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IAC MODEL

Our interaction with students made us realize that awareness, collaboration and inspiration are as important as books, curriculum and teachers in imparting education. While the schools teach basic curriculum, we go above and beyond schools and provide a kaleidoscopic view of STEM. We call our approach as the IAC model.

Inspiration:
We identify, register, and train students for STEM competitions such as PUMAC (Princeton University Math Competition), MMATHS (Yale/Columbia Math Competition), HMMT (Harvard MIT Math Tournament), CML (Continental Math League) and more. We also host our own Math and Science Tournaments when we are unable to matchup the existing competitions to our students’ skill level.

STEM competitions extend learning far beyond what school curriculum offers; make students meet like-minded peers from other schools and visit universities that are the holy grails of science and math.

Awareness:
It takes a village to raise the child. So we educate not only the students’ but also their ecosystem – the parents, guardians and teachers about promising summer camps, activities, online and other resources via seminars such as:

  • Pathway to Middle School
  • Pathway to High School
  • Pathway to College

Our seminars are about one hour long and we provide them at the premises of requesting organizations. Here we urge and challenge the adults to give all support needed to accelerate and enrich students and make them perform better in school, college and beyond.

Collaboration:
We are always looking to advance our mission, foster new connections, and build and grow partnerships. The reality for many organizations, such as non-profits, libraries, schools and other governmental agencies, is that they simply do not have the time or the resources to provide all the services that benefit the student community. We provide technical and STEM resources to the organizations who want to help their patrons and customers.

COMPETITIONS

We register students for individual and group STEM competitions. We follow the registration with adequate training and participation in the events. Our training sessions are usually held online or at premises of non-profits, libraries, schools and other governmental agencies. We also host our own Math and Science Tournaments when we are unable to matchup the existing competitions to our students’ skill level.

Here are a few competitions we plan to participate this year:

  • MCMT (Mercer County Math Tournament)
  • Continental Math League
  • National Science League
  • AMC 10/12
  • F=MA
  • PUMAC (Princeton University Math Competition)
  • MMATHS (Yale/Columbia Math Tournament)
  • SAT

Where possible our training process sometimes involves use of a diagnostic tool to evaluate the current level of a student before assisting in contest preparation.

TUTORING

In selective locations we provide year-long tutoring in Math, Sciences and Reading. Recommended audience is elementary, middle and high school students, however, anyone who wants to explore STEM or simply want to enjoy math, science or reading are welcome. The sessions are held at:


Register at: Tutoring Help

At these sessions, we help students with their school curriculum, homework or school projects

WORKSHOPS

In selective locations we provide activities in Math and Sciences for elementary and middle school students. The sessions are held at:


PATHWAY SEMINARS

We prepare and deliver customized or ready-made seminars at the premises of requesting organizations.


  • Each seminar is about one hour long and ends with a Q&A session
  • The ideal number of attendees are around 20
  • We print and distribute any material needed in the seminar
  • We need a Projector/TV since our seminars are in form of slides
  • Our volunteers consider weekday late afternoons, evenings or weekends as ideal time to present

Here are some ready-made seminars that would immensely benefit middle and high school students.


  • Pathway to Math
  • Pathway to Science
  • Pathway to Middle School
  • Pathway to High School
  • Pathway to College

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