PRACTICAL WITH STEM LENSES by Noel O'Regan Kafwimbi
Learning methods applied without lab work makes it difficult for most students in schools in Zambia to study more effectively and understand the concepts of science and mathematics in depth. However, through practical education, with support from STEM foundation and innovation HUBS, Students can have optimized collaboration and cooperation among themselves in the fields of biology, physics, chemistry and mathematics through report writing, scientific expeditions and sharing ideas. In the end, students will have better career choices in various, sophisticated fields such as medicine, botany, zoology, engineering etc., and should be able to think in terms of revolutionizing the industry and improve on the economy.
Noel is the last born in the family of 12, and his based is the copper rich North western province part of Zambia in Solwezi specifically. In terms of academic excellence, he completed high school with a full certificate in 2015 and later studied a bachelors of Science in bioenergy science and technology at Copperbelt University. He is naturally a scientist in the fields of biology, chemistry and electricity and inventions. In doing so, he solves problems in science and makes business plans that betters enterprises in developing Zambia as a country.