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Blix education


We all want our children to have the best education, get the best degrees, find the best jobs, and settle down in life. The world is moving in another direction. Education prepares our children for the industry. However, most of the present-day jobs did not even exist 10 years ago. The future is moving even quicker.

College degrees help people find jobs. However, major corporations, such as Google, Apple, Facebook, and even traditional companies, such as Home Depot and Hilton Hotels do not require new recruits to have college degrees anymore. What these trendsetters do now, will likely be the norm for a few years from now when our children today will be working toward making their dreams come true.

So, are we doing the right thing when we tell our children to focus on performing well in exams, get good grades, and go to college? While it is very important, focusing on developing skills that will help them excel in an uncertain future is far more critical for their success.

Who We Are ?


The concept of STEAM education arose from this need to prepare our children for a world where the rules of the game have changed but the education system has not. The right thing we can do for our children today is to not assume that the same method of learning that we have experienced, will work for them. STEAM stands for Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Mathematics. STEAM education unites these five disciplines together to create an integrated hands-on learning experience. This leads to much more depth in their understanding and knowledge. It instills curiosity and helps them develop creativity, cognitive and problem-solving. It is estimated that in the future 80 percent of the jobs are going to need STEAM skills.


How students apply core skills
to everyday tasks.

  •   Literacy
  •   Numeracy
  •   Scientific Literacy
  •   ICT Literacy
  •   Financial Literacy
  •   Cultural & Civic Literacy


How students approach
complex challenges.

  •   Critical Thinking
  •   Problem Solving
  •   Creativity
  •   Communication
  •   Collaboration


How students approach their challenging environment.

  •   Curiosity
  •   Initiative
  •   Persistence / grit
  •   Adaptability
  •   Socio-cultural awareness