Raissa Malu

How To Do It Yourself

Science and Technology Week has spawned a new series of videos.

In order for you to follow, I need to give you an overview, and for that, nothing like a diagram. The Learning at Home with Science and Technology Week program includes the following series:

Apprendre a la maison

This program was created to allow learning to continue despite the closure of schools, by using Information and Communication Technologies for Education, ICTE (in this case, television and the Internet).

A ministerial approval

The success of these videos convinced the Congolese Ministry of Primary, Secondary and Technical Education through the Education Project for Quality and Relevance of Education at Secondary and University Levels (PEQPESU) to endorse it. Didactic sequences of the same kind are being produced for all years of secondary education (from 1st to 6th grade) and for all disciplines of the Science Learning Domain.

To follow this work, we invite you to subscribe to the PEQPESU YouTube channel. The PEQPESU is the first education sector project in the DRC, covering Primary, Secondary and Technical Education and Higher and University Education.

Unveiling maths

Just remember, the theme of the 7th edition of Science and Technology Week is "Unveiling Mathematics". As the PEQPESU has taken over the "Learning at Home" program, we have returned to our original theme by launching a sixth series, "Unveiling Maths".

The first episode dealt with African mathematics. And this weekend, we released the second episode, which deals with mathematics in sports, particularly basketball and soccer. The next three episodes are even more exciting. Check out the program:

Devoilons les maths

Try it for yourself

This is already a famous program and now we add a layer. When we organize Science and Technology Week in its classic format, we focus on getting students and visitors active.

It's great (fun) to see a demonstration, to get an explanation, but it's even better when you can try it for yourself. It's the best way to learn.

New series

With the same spirit, we are launching today our seventh series "Do It Yourself (DiY) - How To" in partnership with Pedro Masamuna's WORLDWIDE SOLIDARITY FOR EDUCATION (WSE)!

Pedro is one of the "special guests" of the 7th edition of the Science and Technology Week. He had to carry out animations at the Science Village with the team of Dora Muanda, our scientific director.

The Science Village being cancelled with the COVID-19 pandemic, we decided together to set up this series which proposes to everyone to make practical devices, as in this first episode where we propose to make your own automatic dispenser of hydroalcoholic gel. Very useful in this period!

Stimulate creativity

The "Do It Yourself (DiY) - How To" series aims to stimulate the creativity and imagination of students and all those who follow us. There is no greater gift than the gift of knowledge and learning.

This is the spirit that animates us within the Science and Technology Week in the Democratic Republic of Congo. We are happy to make all our series available to everyone.

Science is fun, join us! 😉




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