Meet the STEAM+ dream team members. We made them for you. Your learners will love them too.
Arm makers and coders of all needs and abilities with powerful tools and projects to control physical objects and solve real problems with code.Find out more
Empower learners with comprehensive digital portfolios that engage parents, save you time and create healthy learning communities. Assess on the fly while logging skills, standards and goals.Find out more
Launch exciting project-based learning competitions focussing on STEAM, positive education, social impact and 21st-century skills.Find out more
We share ideas and build long-term partnerships that promote knowledge, skills and positive behaviours in learners of all ages, abilities and needs.
Director General and Board of Directors, Knowledge and Human Development Authority
Primary Teacher, Swiss International School, Dubai
CEO, Dubai Carbon Center of Excellence
Voted 100 Smartest People in the UAE, Arabian Business
Principal, Kings' School Nad al Sheba
Executive Committee Member for CPD, British Schools Middle East
Head of Curriculum, International School of Creative Science
ICT teacher, Sunmarke School, Dubai
Consul General of Canada to the UAE
Seeing the students bring their ideas to life and interact with others sparked a new interest and enthusiasm as they explored happiness in a new setting. By giving these students an opportunity to step outside their class, the challenge has allowed them to connect with new ideas while showcasing their creativity.
The collaboration the students have to use to code the plant is a great way for the students to get along and to work with each other. Happy plant creates a positive environment in the classroom and obviously in the school.
Judging by the creative genius, dedication, and grit I have seen at #HappyPlant, we have a lot to look forward to. With such young talent, Dubai is definitely a city the rest of the world will look towards in the future for vision and innovation in sustainability and green economy.
Challenge has encouraged students, in groups, to think differently and think about exciting ways they can showcase their work.
When the students begun #HappyPlant they had no idea how to code and they learnt these new things really quickly.
The sustainability, environment and all these factors are growing in. It allows the students to develop their skills in programming. #HappyPlant built on more than one skill set. This #HappyPlant project allowed them to collaborate and get to know each other on a different level while working towards a single goal.
As part of the Kalebr Challenge, the students apply these cornerstones to happiness and artificial intelligence, within their school work, through an engaging phenomenon based learning experience. #HappyPlant from Kalebr Challenge increases the links between innovation and learning and has resulted in some amazing projects from even more amazing students at the schools in Dubai.
More happy stats than you can poke a stick at.