The Mind Museum Summer Programs 2013


The Mind Museum Summer Programs 2013
A Science Exploration For Young Minds

 

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Deiville.com had a first-hand feel of Philippines’ first worlds class museum – The Mind Museum during its exhibit testing made for selected people. At that time it was held at the NBC Tent (also in BGC) while the museum is largely under-construction. It was an amazing experience where we, the model testers went goofing around the interactive prototypes and turning nerds from the information gasped from one post to another. Mind Museum makes Science more fun, thrilling, interesting and alive with its high-tech approach and attractive visuals. We were caught lying on the floor watching the Milky Way, having a wild science adventure with Bernoulli’s Principle, the solar bugs, forming tornadoes and a lot more!

Bloggers and parents alike entertain ourselves like we were kids before, the displays were like toys for us grown ups, much more to the children. 🙂

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The Mind Museum Summer Programs 2013

Give your kids a full treat (and jolt!) by enrolling them to the Mind Museum Summer Programs 2013, choose from three (3) different summer 2013 programs: CSI 101, Survival Science and Junior Mind Movers Program.

More details about The Mind Museum 2013 Summer Programs

1. CSI 101 is open to ages 14 to 17 years old. The TMM staff will only provide guidance for each activity. CSI 101 participants will be grouped into teams and will conduct the scientific investigations on their own. The activities will consist of laboratory training, crime scene investigation, and evidence analysis. The participants will also be trained in safety in the laboratory.

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The Mind Museum Summer Programs 2013

2. Survival Science is open to ages 14 to 17 years old. The TMM staff will only provide guidance for each activity. Survival Science participants will be encouraged to independently apply the knowledge and skills learned in the program.

IMPORTANT: For CSI 101 and Survival Science, it has to be noted that although the Mind Museum encourages learning for all ages, the activities for both programs have been designed specifically for students in high school or approaching college. Thus, applicants must be of the appropriate age on the start date of the program.

3. The Junior Mind Mover Program is open to kids ages 10 to 17 years old. It will consist of a series of exercises and workshops that are designed to help familiarize the JMMs with the Mind Mover’s responsibilities: specifically, explaining science in a simple yet creative way during spiels and performing experiments, as well as interacting and adjusting to different audiences. It is basically learning how to make learning.

How do I enroll my child to the The Mind Museum 2013 Summer Programs?
To enroll your child to any of The Mind Museum 2013 Summer Programs, you only need to follow these simple steps:

1. Send an email to inquiry@themindmuseum.org with the following details:
a. Subject of email: (Name of the The Mind Museum 2013 Summer Program you wish to enroll your child e.g. CSI 101, Survival Science or Junior Mind Mover) Sign-up
b. Personal Details
b.1 Name of participant/s:
b.2 Age of participant/s:
b.3 Contact number and email of participant/s:
b.4 Name of parent/guardian:
b.5 Contact number and email of parent/guardian:

2. After the Mind Museum staff has received your inquiry, they will send you an online registration form. Payment details will also be enclosed. Registration and payment for the program must be completed on or before April 8, 2013.

3. Once your payment has been confirmed, The Mind Museum will send you an email that will provide further details about the program. A succeeding email with reminders will also be sent a week before the program proper.

IMPORTANT: For the Junior Mind Mover Program, TMM requires participants to send a 500-word (max) essay on why he/she wants to join the Junior Mind Mover Program.

The CSI 101 program is quiet appealing even for adults, I’m inclined to join any future programs catered for say matured people? 🙂 Just knowing the basics perceives curiosity and engaging activity. Also on a lighter side, maybe child/adult series can be set up next time, it will serve as bonding activity for family as well (a silly suggestion from a goofy parent) 🙂

FAQ about The Mind Museum Summer Programs 2013

1. How much is the program? Are there refunds? Can I join on a per-day basis?

a. CSI 101 P2,000.00

b. Survival Science P3,000.00

c. Junior Mind Mover P4,000

There will be no refunds once you are enrolled. Participants are highly encouraged to take the full program.

2. What is the schedule of activities per program? Are meals included?

a. CSI 101 – The program will last for 3 days (April 5-7, 2013), and will run from 9:30 AM to 5:30 PM each day. It is advisable for the child to be within the premises at least 30 minutes prior for registration. The program also includes meals. The participants will be given an hour-long lunch break as well as a 30-minutes break within the day.

b. Survival Science program will last for 3 days (April 12-14, 2013), and will run from 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM for Day 1 and 6:00 AM to 6:00 PM for Day 2 and 3. Since Survival Science is also a camp, it will include meals when the kids go to Subic. For days 2 and 3 in the jungle, participants will experience cooking and hunting for food in the outdoors.

Day 1 activities will be conducted in the Mind Museum. The program will begin precisely at 8:00 AM. It is advisable for the child to be within the premises at least 30 minutes prior for registration.

Day 2 and 3 activities will be conducted in Jungle Environmental Survival Training (JEST) Camp. Participants must be at the Mind Museum Canopy Plaza at 5:30 AM. The bus will depart for Subic at exactly 6:00 AM. On Day 3, participants will depart from JEST Camp at 1:00 PM and is expected to arrive at the Mind Museum at 4:00 PM.

c. The Junior Mind Movers program will last for 4 weeks from April 16 to May 17, 2013. It will be given a 6-hour, 3-day work schedule. They will have to report every Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday at 10:00 AM to 5:00 PM. Meals are not included for this program. Participants are encouraged to bring their own lunch and snacks.

3. How can I pay for the program? Can I send payment via bank deposit?

Payment can be settled through two (2) ways:
a. The Mind Museum Cashier Counter – Go to The Mind Museum and fill out and submit the registration form of the program you chose. Payment is done at the cashier counter.
b. Bank Deposit

Branch: BPI BGC Branch
Account Name: Bonifacio Art Foundation Inc.
Savings Account Number: 1923-1245-58

Branch: BDO Paseo de Roxas Branch
Account Name: Bonifacio Art Foundation Inc.
Savings Account Number: 1700-2029-50
After paying, send a scan of your deposit slip to inquiry@themindmuseum.org

For accurate details, feel free to contact The Mind Museum
The Mind Museum Summer Programs 2013
[e] inquiry@themindmuseum.org
[w] http://www.themindmuseum.org/

The Mind Museum on Social Media platforms:
[facebook] https://www.facebook.com/themindmuseum
[twitter] http://twitter.com/themindmuseum
[youtube] http://www.youtube.com/user/themindmuseum
[instagram] http://instagram.com/themindmuseum

Related topics:
NBC Tent: Minds at Work – The Mind Museum’s 1st Exhibit Testing May 26, 2011
The Mind Museum Sneak Peek
The Mind Museum Opens To Public this March 2012
Summer 2013: The Mind Museum in Full Perspective

 

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Disclosure: This article is being published based on my written opinions. No business relationship involved with any company or organization promoting this event. Credits to Ia Adam-Lim of Special Education Philippines for efforts with the summer enrollment details and Frequently Ask Questions.

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