If you have a teenager at home from school due to the COVID-19 crisis, you’re probably wondering how to keep them curious and occupied. Please feel free to forward this to any parents, colleagues with kids, or share with the community.
WHY WE CAN HELP
The World Economic Forum (WEF) recently named TKS a school of the future. Our students have gone on to hold patents, build companies, and work for leading innovative companies. As such, TKS feels uniquely positioned to support parents and their families during school closure by providing free online programming and resources for students looking to stay engaged while at home.
WHAT KIDS WILL LEARN
TKS is offering live online sessions for students and making our « TKS Explore » learning modules available.
Here’s what you can expect from the online sessions Online mini-sessions that will cover the basics of artificial intelligence, genomics, nanotechnology, self-driving cars, and more.Learn strategies for self-directed learning online while at home.Check out what a session looks like here
Session Schedule by Topic
Wednesday, March 18: Blockchain
Thursday, March 19: Stem Cells
Friday, March 20: Nanotechnology
Monday, March 23: Cellular Agriculture
Tuesday, March 24: Brain-Computer Interfaces
Wednesday, March 25: Human Longevity
Thursday, March 26: Gene Editing
Friday, March 27: Artificial Intelligence
Join our City Directors and a current TKS student at 2pm Eastern for one, two, or all sessions – your choice!
TKS Explore Modules
Your kids can discover our “Explore Modules,” a curated list of resources to learn about the latest developments in topics like Brain Computer Interfaces and Space Technologies.
RESOURCES FOR PARENTS
Our daily newsletter will help your family learn about disruptive technologies like AI, gene editing, human longevity, and more. You will receive short learning activities you can do at home as a family, articles, videos, and resources you can share with your kids, delivered every morning to your inbox.
The Knowledge Society (TKS) has been on a mission since 2016 to train curious and ambitious teenagers to solve the world’s most important problems using emerging technologies. Through weekly sessions, project-based learning, and a digital platform, students develop the knowledge, real-world skills, mindsets, and relationships to become future world-class innovators. We are building a global community of the world’s most driven young people with a goal to impact billions by unlocking human potential.
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