Ever wondered what's the best way of learning new skills and languages?
LAMP - the learners and makers program - is an R&D based learning program that enables students to learn skills needed to turn thoughts into things and build a future proof career path.
Is it R&D based learning?
R&D (research and development) based learning is a type of learning that involves actively researching and discovering new information and ideas, rather than just passively receiving information from a teacher or textbook. This type of learning can be more effective than other methods because it encourages critical thinking and problem-solving skills, and allows the learner to make connections and draw conclusions based on their own interests and curiosities. However, it can also be more time-consuming and may require more self-direction and motivation.
There are many different methods of learning, and the most effective approach will depend on the individual learner, the subject matter, and the goals of the learning. Some other common methods of learning include:
Direct instruction: This method involves a teacher presenting information to students in a structured way, usually through lectures or demonstrations.
Inquiry-based learning: This method involves asking students to explore a topic or problem on their own and come up with their own questions and hypotheses.
Collaborative learning: This method involves students working together in small groups to solve problems or complete projects.
Self-directed learning: This method involves the learner taking responsibility for their own learning and setting their own goals and learning plan.
It is generally thought that a combination of different learning methods can be most effective, as each approach has its own strengths and can be useful in different situations.
The program is designed to prepare students to master skills needed to become an effective participant of Startup Internship Program. It's a R&D based program that help post high school students explore social innovation and entrepreneurship as a preferred career path and learn how to use technology to solve world’s biggest problems rather than competing with Artificial Intelligence or AI in the job market.
LAMP offers R&D based learning that helps develop the basic skills that crosscut the domains of expertise students need to master post high school to build a future proof career path such as innovators and entrepreneurs.
Students get exposure to product designing skills.
Students get Value Addition Certificate for every project building block you deliver to build up your skills.
Students who delivers product designs share 20% equity shares in commercial value of the product design they co-create.
Teachers who run the program get 20% equity shares in the products their students co-design.
Terms & conditions apply.
Students will be learning the following enabler competencies (that crosscut all domains of industrial skills):
Learn how to define and communicate ideas
Learn how to manage projects
Learn how to create an enabler environment to optimize promise delivery.
Learn how to design and engineer processes and recipes.
Learn how to make teams for collaborations
Tools & Systems
Learn how to design, develop or use modern tools and systems to automate and robotize business processes.
Learn how to resource projects and ideas
13 to 18 YO K12 students
Keen to become champions of personal mastery
Basic skills to research, rank and resource to render given objectives
Have a laptop and a high speed internet.
The school should have space and preferably a DIY lab to run the program.
The schools should be able to allocate teachers to run the program workshops
Terms & conditions apply.
The program subscription fee is US$10 per week per teacher who will be running the program in the school.
There is also a one time interview cost of US$10 for every time a new teacher is assigned to the program.
It's the school who decides the program fee the participating students pay and compensation the teachers who run the program get.
Q. Is the fee refundable?
A. Yes, the first term fee is refundable for the 1st week if the program is not meeting the expectation. From 2nd week on-wards the fee is not refundable.
Q. How to pay the fee?
A. Payments can only be made through one of the payment methods available on this website.
LAMP for Schools
Startup Tribe also runs the program in collaboration with local schools.
The program can prepare the K12 students to optimize benefits of Startup Internship Program post high school
Schools sign up with Startup Tribe to run the program at their schools
Schools encourages students to join the program against a fee.
School allocates teachers to run the program workshops
We recommend a two-hour workshop a day during school days and up to 4 workshops during summer camp.
Teachers sign up with Startup Tribe at $10 a week (that's $2 / Workshop)
Startup Tribe provides workflows and domain experts to guide the teachers and review the students R&D output.
Startup Tribe showcase the product designed in their ecosystem for mass production and sale.
Startup Tribe ensures equitable sharing of the value created among the ecosystem players and the co-creators.