With 3D printing technology, students are encouraged to think and predict as creators do. It aims to inspire children to identify their own needs in creation rather than acquire or consume things made by others. Furthermore, it's an accomplished field of study, where children will be fully involved in various aspects, such as concept generation and product creation. It is an iterative process where students learn how to fail and learn from their mistakes.
DIYA- pupil testimonial | Our Champ (Amir) | Student at DIYA Robotics
We're pleased to ? introduce you to our young animator from (Kuching). In addition to his advanced animator course at DIYA, he completed a storyboard artist course which is part of the program. Currently, he holds an international certification in animation. Make your children an animator by teaching them animation in the simplest way possible. Let's prepare your children for the future together! Enrol at DIYA now!
The process of 3D printing involves using a printer to produce three-dimensional objects, such as a cup or Yoda doll. Our DIYA program uses an advanced 3D printer to educate kids.
Children as young as eight years are enrolled in DIYA's program and they're being taught how to use a 3D printer in an intact manner. DIYA takes extra safety measures to ensure children are using the printer correctly.
I am Caryn from Malaysia loves to code because of the special bond that she shares with her mentor Ajay. DIYA believes in personalizing all courses and ensures that every student is extremely comfortable with coding and information technology in general.
I had a very good learning experience. I feel that learning robotics, especially through DIYA courses, will highly contribute to my growth and development. The different robotics models has fostered creative skills which helped in 'Hands on' teaching and learning of science.