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Generraly in over education system,They teach us how to use the technology but it is not teaching us how to develop or invent.That miles will do it,the full form of miles is multiple inteligent learning systems.

Here the student can create robot,what is robot?the miles that can think on his own and do things for what are providing a toy like building blocks but in this toy we are providing motors and sensors along with interface generally other toys will work when you connect with the power the motor will run.But here the student can control or program it with the icon software and we also provide the building cards this is the icon software lateron they can do it in c++ of java

We are here to talk to you about the MILeS programme – multi-intelligent learning systems in Science and Technology:

1)As we all know, Science is all around us, we are using applications of Science every moment of our lives.

2)Children of today are born in an environment of Technology, they have it in the curriculum, they have it all around them, but do they implement it or have it in the classroom?

3)Isn’t it ironical that though Science has been changed to Sc & Tech, yet there is no integration of Technology in the teaching –learning environment?

4)Mam / Sir, are you using any tools which involves hi– Tech Learning environment to understand the basics of scientific concepts?


5)We all realize this that the progress of any country is directly interlinked with scientific research and innovations in Sc.

6)Are we really providing an environment which promotes logical, intuitive, technological thinking in children amongst all age groups?

7)One of the main aims of the education system today is to prepare the child towards rapid changes in technology.

8)All of us here are users of scientific development. Most of us are users, though many children have the talent to be developers. Are we really motivating some of the students to grow up as developers? Are you providing any medium for that?


9)In traditional learning, we have more of theoretical learning, children learn facts by rote and they are not able to understand how things practically work.

10) A 5th std child may be riding a geared bicycle but does not know how the gears work and why we need more than one gear in the bicycle, does not understand the practical application behind it

11) You see, we teach Physics, students learn physics. How much do we involve them into the learning process? Do you have a teaching – learning tool where the children really involve themselves, they learn the real mechanisms of physics, understand them, make models and then apply their imagination, to develop and keep on improving upon their own ideas?

12) Today, if you give a toy car to a child, you might find that he has broken it into parts in an effort to be able to see from within how it works. It is his inherent curiosity to understand how it works . But still he doesn’t get the right guidance or the know how regarding the working of the car. Wouldn’t it be interesting if he could do that?

Generally, this child would be categorized as destructive whereas actually he is not. All he is trying to do is try and understand the facts beyond the facts given in a text book. He is more contructive than the others could be.


13)Towards this effort ,we bring to you the Miles programme - the only programme which aims at providing effective , attractive and interactive learning environments to the students in Sc & Tech; and is brought to India for the first time by us @ Virtual Edutechnica

14) Aiming at helping teachers and students of all levels to understand Physics better, Miles is a well researched and world famous educational programme developed with the collaboration between America’s Plastic company--Knex for the hardware and Israel’s physicist –Dr Nira Krumholtz-who has been teaching Physics for the last 30 years and currently heads the IDEA Center in Tel Aviv University, Israel