Exploratory Teacher Grace Adomako receives Teaching in Excellence Award
Madam Grace is a primary school teacher at the Methodist School in Pokuase and has been a teacher-facilitator for The Exploratory since its inception. A... Read More
Intern spotlight: Emma Miller.
Wellesley College STEMKit intern Emma shares her experiences after 5 weeks in Ghana.
Happy Founder’s Day
Countrymen [and women], the task ahead is great indeed, and heavy is the responsibility; and yet it is a noble and glorious challenge – a... Read More
The Exploratory on Association of African Universities online TV
Grateful for the invitation from AAU Talks producer Ransford to discuss Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) on their online TV program. Thanks to superb... Read More
Giving Back by Design
For their final term, Explorers were asked to come up with a project to benefit their community. The students at this school used design thinking... Read More
Science Sets Go Global. Our kids on BBC!
As an early adopter and believer of the science set’s potential to make learning electronics easy and affordable, we are so happy to see the... Read More
Meeting Chancellor Angela Merkel
Meeting a world leader is always exciting. Especially so for a 9th grade student from a rural school in Ghana. Princess, a member of The... Read More
Greater Accra STEM and Innovation Camp
Proud to partner with the Greater Accra Region STMIE (science, technology, maths, innovation, engineering) camp! We are taking over with NSBE Ghana and Dext_tech to... Read More
The first Junior Experimenters of Science (JUNEOS) contest!
Calling all Junior High teachers in Ghana! Here’s a chance to showcase you and your students’ creativity for hands-on science practicals! Submit a preliminary photo... Read More
Giving back: Keeping our environments clean
Our students created community engagement projects during the last weeks of school. Here, 34 students and 3 teachers from the Tieku Basic School were divided... Read More