Thirty Two STEM students are wrapping up the most recent International trip today. This trip entitled “Innovation and the Future of Education” is a 12 day trip through England and Switzerland, culminating in a two Leadership Summit in Geneva with over 2,000 teachers and students from around the world.
During the summit, Rohit Pannala (Class of 2017) worked with a group of 8 students from around the world in a design thinking process to think about a problem and come up with a solution in education. His group created a prototype for a small wheel that ADHD and other hyperactive kids can use during class to stay active and remain focused. The wheel, called “mon velo,” can also create electricity.
Rohit’s group was voted as the best by the 2000 teachers and students at the summit!
For more information about this latest adventure, please click here.