Conceding with the beginning of the new semester, we are open again to host student group’s visits, which will continue throughout the second semester of 2020. A number of scientific presentations were prepared which would enhance the student’s understanding of the importance of atomic and renewable energy sources usage and their economic impact on the Kingdom’s future.
The Program Development Department has developed a number of scientific presentations for students at all levels. These presentations includes: “The Inventor Space Workshop” for elementary, middle and high school students, a workshop that allows students a special space to intelligently and esthetically demonstrate the creative ideas and designs that reflects them, as well as help them solve many problems and challenges they will face during the workshop, all in a competitive and fun way.
These programs also include “Things in My Pocket”, an interactive program that helps the facilitator on attracting visitors to certain exhibits and some areas, as well as to stir the curiosity of the visitor by striking conversations and questions using some interesting tools related to atomic and renewable energy, which would help the facilitator communicate scientific concepts and simplify information to students.
We aim to host more than 30,000 students from all school levels according to special schedules that include the dates of these visits based on the absorptive and operational capacity of the center. Activity facilitators and teachers can also book their student trips through the Center’s website at www.mishkat.org.sa