Neetika Bhalla – firstname.lastname@example.org
As we know, the demand for professionals in automation requiring computer science and related disciplines continues to grow. Cultivating a generation with Computational Thinking and Engineering is becoming indispensable.
In the robotics club students receive the dynamic knowledge offered under interdisciplinary robotics program. It covers mechanical functions to build mobile contraptions, and heavily focuses on programming to create autonomous robots. Students program their robots to solve various challenging projects that simulate real life scenarios. All projects are conducted through engineering process. It aims to build and strengthen students’ analytical and computational skill. Inherently, it will make engineering intuition and thinking outside the box as second nature.
The Robotics Club at CHP is run by Mrs. Bhalla in liaison with Storming Robots. She has taught robotics to Grades 4 to 10 in the past four years at the adroit robotics learning center, Storming Robots. Storming Robots has proven its success in building students in engineering education career in college, through their students’ achievements. You may learn more about that at http://www.stormingrobots.com – Click on Competitions.
Cedar Hill Prep Debate Wins Again! Garden State Debate League held their third inter school debate meet at Cedar Hill Prep School. Forty teams participated with 130 participants. The topics for debate were: Disney Movies Do More Harm Than Good; Ban Single Use Plastic Bags; Major League Baseball’s Plan to Cut Minor League Teams is Justified; All U.S. Presidential Primaries Should Be Held on the Same Day. Four teams from Cedar Hill Prep School finished in the top 10. Cedar Hill Prep School again won trophies for top school in the league and most number of wins. Congratulations debaters!
The Multiple Advantages of a Multilingual CurriculumThere have been a number of studies in recent years that suggest people who speak more than one language are in fact more intelligent. An article written by the New York Times highlights that learning multiple languages could improve cognitive skills beyond those related to language, which is a considerably different viewpoint than previously thought.