COURSE HIGHLIGHTS

 

1. Personalized Learning

Using a small class teaching approach (between 1:6 to 1:8), together with individual pre-course assessment and student development report, we can level up student’s learning efficiency.

 

2. Systematic STEAM Curriculum

Modified from German and American STEAM curriculums, the course structure is specially designed for Hong Kong and Asian students. We provide a multi-year curriculum that allows students to widen and deepen their interests and horizon in different STEAM subjects.

 

3. All-rounded Development

The curriculums focus on enhancing student’s important skills including communication, creativity, problem-solving, collaboration, information technology, critical thinking, initiative, adaptability, and self-management skills.

 

4. Assessment Report and Certificate

All-rounded assessment report for different important skills and Certificate will be provided after students finish the course. 

 

5. Quality Guarantee

We are Google CS First official partner and SOLO Microsoft official partner* in Hong Kong. We provide high standard training to different schools, universities, and organizations.

Ages 4-8

 

|| Duration

10 Hours; 2 Hours @ 5 Classes

|| Medium of Instruction

English or Cantonese

|| Mode of Study

Face-to-Face or Partly Online 

|| Level: Beginner (For Ages 4-8)

 

In the 21st century, Smart Cities are becoming more and more important. This beginner program allows students to plan their infrastructure and build up the basic models of Smart Cities (Homes) by Micro:bit. The students will understand the importance of Smart Cities and how Smart City’s technologies benefit society.

|| Course Objectives 

1.    Foster student’s interest in Technology
2.    Understand the operation of smart cities and homes
3.    Nurture student’s creativity
4.    Stimulate student’s problem-solving skills 
5.    Cultivate student’s collaboration skills.
6.    Train student’s information technology skills


|| Course Contents

1.    Learn to plan and design the infrastructure of Smart Cities. 
2.    Build a Smart Cities (Homes) model by Micro:bit.
3.    Create daily life technological products using a temperature sensor, LED panel display, motor, etc.
4.    Understand the sustainability concept

* Course content may be adjusted according to different student’s level

|| What to bring:

1.    A creative mindset!

2.    A laptop (Mac or Windows) with charger
3.    Your own Micro:bit*

 

*Micro:bit can be purchased via our online shop or Micro:bit can be purchased and delivered on the first date of the course. 


For students who don’t want to own his/her Micro:bit, UFO will provide Micro:bit and the student may need to share the hardware with the other students. 
 

|| NEED HELP?
Please let us know and we will provide professional development for your children.

 

Ages 8-14

 

|| Duration

10 Hours; 2 Hours @ 5 Classes 

|| Medium of Instruction

English or Cantonese

|| Mode of Study

Face-to-Face or Partly Online 

|| Level: Intermediate (For Ages 8-14)

In the 21st century, Smart Cities are becoming more and more important. This intermediate program allows students to plan their infrastructure and build up the deeper models of Smart Cities (Homes) by Micro:bit. The students will understand the importance of Smart Cities and how Smart City’s technologies benefit society. The course encourages students to design daily life technological products using different types of sensor technologies.

|| Course Objectives 

1.    Foster student’s interest in Technology
2.    Understand the operation of smart cities and homes
3.    Nurture student’s creativity and innovation spirit
4.    Stimulate student’s problem-solving skills and recognize the development of Science and Technology
5.    Cultivate student’s collaboration and communication skills.
6.    Train student’s information technology skills


|| Course Contents

1.    Learn to plan and design the infrastructure of Smart Cities. 
2.    Build a Smart Cities (Homes) model by Micro:bit.
3.    Create daily life technological products using a temperature sensor, LED panel display, motor, etc.
4.    Understand the sustainability concept.
5.    Understand the basic operation principles for different sensors. 
6.    Explore different Smart City topics such as automation, security, home entertainment, health, and energy management

* Course content may be adjusted according to different student’s level

|| What to bring:

1.    A creative mindset!

2.    A laptop (Mac or Windows) with charger
3.    Your own Micro:bit*

 

*Micro:bit can be purchased via our online shop or Micro:bit can be purchased and delivered on the first date of the course. 


For students who don’t want to own his/her Micro:bit, UFO will provide Micro:bit and the student may need to share the hardware with the other students. 

|| NEED HELP?
Please let us know and we will provide professional development for your children.

 

Ages 14+

 

|| Duration

10 Hours; 2 Hours @ 5 Classes 

|| Medium of Instruction

English or Cantonese

|| Mode of Study

Face-to-Face or Partly Online 

|| Level: ADVANCED (For Ages 14+)

In the 21st century, Smart Cities are becoming more and more important. This intermediate program allows students to plan their infrastructure and build up the deeper models of Smart Cities (Homes) by Micro:bit. The students will understand the importance of Smart Cities and how Smart City’s technologies benefit society. The course encourages students to design daily life technological products using different types of sensor technologies.

|| Course Objectives 

1.    Foster student’s interest in Technology
2.    Understand the operation of smart cities and homes
3.    Nurture student’s creativity and innovation spirit
4.    Stimulate student’s problem-solving skills and recognize the development of Science and Technology
5.    Cultivate student’s collaboration and communication skills.
6.    Train student’s information technology skills


|| Course Contents

1.    Learn to plan and design the infrastructure of Smart Cities. 
2.    Build a Smart Cities (Homes) model by Micro:bit.
3.    Create daily life technological products using a temperature sensor, LED panel display, motor, etc.
4.    Understand the sustainability concept.
5.    Understand the basic operation principles for different sensors. 
6.    Explore different Smart City topics such as automation, security, home entertainment, health, and energy management

* Course content may be adjusted according to different student’s level

|| What to bring:

1.    A creative mindset!

2.    A laptop (Mac or Windows) with charger
3.    Your own Micro:bit*

 

*Micro:bit can be purchased via our online shop or Micro:bit can be purchased and delivered on the first date of the course. 


For students who don’t want to own his/her Micro:bit, UFO will provide Micro:bit and the student may need to share the hardware with the other students. 

|| NEED HELP?
Please let us know and we will provide professional development for your children.

 

Unity Future Optimizer (UFO) School

Headquarter

G/F, 822 Lai Chi Kok Road, Lai Chi Kok (D2 Place One Opposite)

Others Quarter:

1. The Wave, 4 Hing Yip Street, Kwun Tong, HK

2. The Wave, Level 25, Ginza Plaza 2A-2H, Sai Yeung Choi St S, Mong KokWave, MK, HK

3. Shop 109, The Arcade, 100 Cyberport Rd., Cyberport, HK 

Phone:

+852 3899 7725

Whatsapp:

+852 6992 1355

Email:

info@ufo.school

Office Hours:

Mon - Fri : 11am - 6pm

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