Enhance the way students study and experience Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM)
GlobalXperts, Inc. is a company founded by a thirty-year work experienced Network Implementation Engineer with thirty years of industry experience. Our staff is comprised of individuals who both earned Master’s engineering in Degree from North Carolina’s Agricultural and Technical Universities. We represent the face of the underserved community where we have dedicated out time to exposing the youth to technology applications, helping them enhance their critical thinking, imagination, and innovation, along with developing their verbal and written communication skills.
Our mission is to inspire critical thinking in students by providing “real life” experiences that challenge them to learn and apply new skills. Students realize the value of essential STEM skills through robotics competitions. FIRST (For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology) has a comprehensive offering of robotics competitions covering K-12. The Lego Robotics program not only enhances the participants’ math concepts but helps develop soft skills as well.
Our long-term vision is for urban and rural schools to offer robotics as an elective course to the student populations, and to continue to form collegiate and corporate partnerships to work on real-life robotic projects, building confidence as well as STEM and leadership skills, Mindstorm(Lego Robotics) is proving to be a great alternate learning experience for both at-risk and high performing students.
GlobalXperts, Inc. has strategic relationships with Give N Go NPO and OneVibe to bring STEM programs to our communities and to enhance our communities their experience and skillsets.
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This project will develop robotics awareness for middle and high school students. Underserved and minority students will be exposed to Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) concepts through robotics. They will also be provided information and opportunities to further explore STEM concepts throughout high school and college. The target low-income communities have established informal education environments for youth in grades K-12, but in most instances lack the programming to expose youth to STEM opportunities. Expanding on the current afterschool program implementation model will provide these opportunities. Students and instructors will develop their robotics skills through:
- A Well-established school year curriculum
- Summer enrichment (no component and,)
- Virtual face-to-face meetings with professionals in several cutting-edge technology industries
Robotics represents an interdisciplinary topic that combines the diverse areas of technology, computer science, engineering, and the sciences. Robotics offers the opportunity to expose students to the versatile nature of STEM and can thus be used in a variety of classrooms and in afterschool programs as a tool to increase student exposure, motivation, and learning in STEM. The use of practical, hands-on applications of mathematical and scientific concepts across various engineering topics will help students to link scientific concepts with technology, problem-solving, and design, and to apply their classroom lessons to real-life problems (Rockland et al., 2010).
E-learning provides flexible learning on demand. It can support learning communities where participants complete assignments independently, interact with experts and converse with other learners in real or asynchronous time. This kind of education is learner-centered and designed to meet the training needs of the Information Age workforce.
GlobalXperts, Inc. consultants bring years of expertise in organizational development, the psychology of learning, and customized instructional design. We harness this expertise to design and produce benchmark E-Learning solutions.
GlobalXperts. Inc. provides end-to-end services, including learning needs assessment, strategic curriculum consulting, course development, deployment, and implementation consulting, and performance measurement. Our Consulting services utilize multimedia, interactive courseware, online dialogue and collaboration, and face-to-face, on-site, expert-led classroom work. Asymmetry can provide clients with customized, web-based training solutions that meet the high expectations of today’s employee base.
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Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA) [routing/switching, security] validates the ability to install, configure, operate, and troubleshoot medium-size route and switched networks, including implantation and verification of connections to remote sites in a WAN. The CCNA curriculum includes basic mitigation of security threats, introduction to wireless networking concepts and terminology, and performance-based skills. This new curriculum also includes, but is not limited to, the use of these protocols:
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