Nobel has built an international learning community where youth take
the lead teaching each other STEM and soft skills necessary to solve
the big challenges of the 21st century.
We are driven by a desire to serve others and provide access to a world-class STEM and soft skills learning experience to every child, from everywhere.
Out goal is to create a generation of children capable of tackling
large, more complex problems of today and tomorrow
good leadership and effecitve communication.
Both the problems and types of jobs present today have changed from what the school system prepares us for.
By cultivating empathy, teamwork, and collaboration we work together toward the goal of improving life outcomes for youth around the world.
Yara: Gen 2 Facilitator (bottom right)
Sam: Gen 2 Facilitator (top right)
Ben: Gen 1 Facilitator (bottom left)
Dave: Gen 1 Facilitator (top left)
I've been working with a team on helping a sphero navigate it's surroundings using ROS, or Robotic Operating System. The ROS framework allows for communication, control, and coordination between different robotic nodes, or processes, and it's a great platform for us to collaboratively learn robotics software. In addition to learning new programming and problem solving skills, we're also refining our teamwork skills and continuing to practice the soft skills we've learned in earlier projects.
I like to help talented and motivated children prove themselves and become good facilitators.
Facilitators have the option of participating in Alpha classes, like this one! Alpha classes are unfinished courses that facilitators get to test. It allows the class developers to get feedback, and it allows the facilitators, who act as learners, to gain new knowledge every week.
I've been helping build the Nobel program by facilitating coding and web design classes from the beginning as well as testing our new classes. Also, I've been helping expand the Nobel community by reaching out to students and teachers in my locality and facilitating leadership classes. The most important thing about Nobel Explorers to me is learning soft skills to use in the real world.