We incorporate an enrichment program.
Gaming & Animation, Electronics, Coding, Robotics, Internet of Things, Mobile and Web Applications, and Digital Citizenship.
Our Trainings are hands-on.
We achieve this by integrating digital literacy skills and mastery in the areas of Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Mathematics
Our Happy Students
I love TotoSci because they give me a chance to learn how to draw and make sculptures. I can make more original lion sculptures like the one Governor Sonko bought. Thank you TotoSci.
I love TotoSci because we learn how to connect the bulbs on and off using programming. I can now automate the street lights in Nairobi all by myself. Thank you TotoSci.
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- Nairobi National Museum of Kenya
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Frequently Asked Questions
What Is STEAM Education?
If you’re familiar with STEM education, then you already know a bit about STEAM education. STEAM stands for Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Math-a powerful combination of topics and techniques for educating our society.
When it comes to art, it goes beyond aesthetics. The ‘A’ includes the liberal arts as well, meaning language arts, social studies, physical arts, fine arts, and music.
What is the Difference Between STEM and STEAM?
STEM is a building block for STEAM. STEAM education makes its focus the application of science, technology, engineering and math through art and design. Another way of looking at this is that STEAM educators can help students connect what they learn in these critical areas (STEM) with art practices and design elements. Ultimately, students should feel like they can wonder, critique, inquire and innovate.
Why STEAM Is Important?
STEAM aims to strengthen the foundation of STEM by helping students enhance their critical thinking skills and recognize the intersection of art, science, technology, engineering, and math.
It gives students tools and methods to explore new and creative ways of problem-solving, displaying data, innovating, and linking multiple fields. The arts and STEM subjects naturally complement and inform each other, so implementing STEAM principles into education allows for more understanding, innovation and a cohesive education in the classroom.
Don Bosco Boys Primary School We have successfully trained 158 learners at Don Bosco Boys Primary school in Nairobi Karen and thanks to our client Huawei Technologies who paid for the learners as part of their Collective Social Responsibility Project. The learner’s performance in science subjects greatly improved and this gives us a reason to be committed to do more to other schools.