About / STEM

In 2001, Judith A. Ramaley, a former director of the National Science Foundation's education and human-resources division was credited by many educators with being the first person to brand Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) curriculum as STEM. It was swiftly adopted by numerous institutions of higher education as well as the scientific communities as an important focus for education policy focus and development.

STEM

WE always view STEM support the instruction with a trans-disciplinary lens. Issues in our world arise and are demanding of solutions. Since before Da Vinci, we have taken up this call to action through the design process. It asks for a multiplicity of pathways to offer a series of plausible solutions. From that process has come the power of prototyping, and beta testing. Rarely have our classrooms offered children the chance to engage in such questioning and processes. Now, through STEM, we have the chance to invite our children to look at their schoolwork as important to the world.

About / CONSULTANTS

Talha Kılıç is a teacher, researcher, innovator, and a recognized stem project consultant. He provides consultation for research teams, parents and young people exploring stem study options in the globe. He received a Bachelor of Science degree in Chemistry (with double major in Business Administration) from Hacettepe University; a master of Science in Constructional Physics at Mimar Sinan University. He has also certificates in different disciplines including Total Quality Management, Stock Market Brokerage at IMKB and Scientific Project Management.

Talha KILIÇ

He has consulted more than hundred STEM projects for high school students and got awarded at national and international platforms. He has been recognized as an outstanding educator by Chicago University in 2015 and he is still teaching Chemistry at UOMO whiling consulting many student in several STEM disciplines.


Consulting

SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH/PAPER

If you want to be published in a serious, professional academic journal, then the most likely path would be to find a quirky, news-worthy topic that is easily investigated and work with an academic scientist to design a simple experiment and write it up in the required format. This is where we can help you to find your best topic and guide you to write up an academic article. You can write your own academic research and publish it in a journal in USA.


STEM PROJECTS

The STEM Project Consulting is for students who would like to involve international fairs and to become a world wide winner. They can prepare dtheir project with us and get ready for the fairs. International Fairs, unique competitive environments, often are driven both by points-based judging and judge/competitor interactions over the course of the judging process. We provide specific skills, knowledge, and recommendations to help students effectively communicate their projects. We also address poster design and complementary verbal communication; individual project elements that can be emphasized to increase chances of success; and hands-on techniques to improve "casual" or "impromptu" verbal communication among participants..


INNOVATION through STEM

Economic growth in the 21st century will be driven by our nation’s ability to both generate ideas and translate them into innovative products and services. We have been working to increase the proficiency of students in these areas and grow the number of students who pursue STEM careers and advanced studies. Through our consulting, students have opportunity to work on selected innovative ideas and make their own research and development to create innovative solutions through STEM.


MIT RSI

Each summer, 80 of the world's most accomplished high school students gather at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) for the Research Science Institute (RSI). RSI is the first cost-free to students, summer science & engineering program to combine on-campus course work in scientific theory with off-campus work in science and technology research. Participants experience the entire research cycle from start to finish. They read the most current literature in their field, draft and execute a detailed research plan, and deliver conference-style oral and written reports on their findings. RSI scholars first participate in a week of intensive STEM classes with accomplished professors. The heart of RSI is the five week research internship where students conduct individual projects under the tutelage of mentors who are experienced scientists and researchers. During the final week of RSI, students prepare written and oral presentations on their research projects.


ROBOTICS

Competitive robotics is “the only sport where every player can turn pro.” In robotics, teams of students, coached by us, design and build a robot to play a game—a new game each year. Robots have to be sturdy and move quickly; they may have to place, throw, or kick objects, block other robots, even deploy a separate “mini-bot” with its own task. Robotics has all the striving, teamwork, and excitement of an athletic sport but is more inclusive and diverse. Teams can be large and there’s plenty for everyone to do. No one is turned away. Kids not only learn hardware and software engineering and mechanical skills, but also public speaking, video production, website design, safety, “gracious professionalism,” and a host of other skills. Competitive robotics celebrates mental achievement with all the hoopla and excitement usually reserved for sports and entertainment, and it introduces the kids to many, many other people who value and excel in the same things, throughout the community, state, and nation.

Testimonials


Berk Diler (PhD Student)
The institute for Molecular Engineering

The University Chicago


Hello Everyone, Education is not only about providing information; it is about teaching how to learn, how to think, and how to use the information well. Mr. Kılıç was my project supervisor during my highschool years.  I learned the basics of innovative thinking, engineering and being green in the solutions. With his guidance I acquired the skills of presenting my ideas which consequently helped me to earn prizes in various prestigious competitions. He is a great educator and I owe him a lot.

 
 

Results

INTERNATIONAL COMPETITIONS TO ATTEND

  • INTEL ISEF(USA)
  • Google Science Fair(USA)
  • First Step to Nobel Prize in Physics(Poland)
  • Taiwan International Science Fair
  • Mostratec Science Fair(Brazil)
  • MILSET(Mexico)
  • BioGENEius Challenge(USA)
  • Destination Imagination(USA)
  • FPSPI(USA)
  • Youth Science Canada
  • SciFest(Ireland)
  • EU Contest for Young Scientists
  • ISEC(Indonedia)

NATIONAL AWARDS

INTERNATIONAL AWARDS

12altin
GOLD MEDAL
16silver
SILVER MEDAL
14bronze
BRONZE MEDAL
ozel
SPECIAL AWARD
19mansiyon
HONORABLE MENTION

COLLEGES ACCEPTED -1

  • MIT (USA)
  • UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO (USA)
  • WORCESTER POLYTECHNIC INSTITUTE (USA)
  • UCL ENGLAND (UK)
  • BAR ILAN UNIVERSITY (ISRAEL)
  • TECHNION UNIVERSITY (ISRAEL)
  • NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY (USA)

COLLEGES ACCEPTED -2

  • DARTMOUTH COLLEGE (USA)
  • UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN (USA)
  • UCLA (USA)
  • MCGILL UNIVERSITY (CANADA)
  • HEBREW UNIVERSITY (ISRAEL)
  • ROYAL HOLLOWAY UNIVERSITY (UK)
  • RIMON SCHOOL OF MUSIC (ISRAEL)