Khwarizmi Science Society (KSS) and Ali Institute of Education (AIE) have initiated a joint Teacher Training Program, فکر انگیز سائنسی تعلیم Thought-provoking Science Education. In the first phase of the program, we will focus on teaching of practical physics through thought-provoking, innovative and exciting physics experiments. The program comprises of three independent interactive workshops, the first of which will take place on 25th to 27th October, 2018 at the Ali Institute of Education, Ferozepur Road, Lahore.
The Summer Science Camp at Muslim Explorers Academy has started off and the Khwarizmi Science Society will be proudly be a part of it on 13th and 14th July to showcase the wonder of optics and LASER. We encourage our children to make the most of summer holidays by involving in fun scientific activities and exploring new horizons of science and technology.
Khwarizmi Science Society, Lahore Astronomical Society and the Ali Institute of Education are organizing a Workshop on Astrolabe Making Workshop at the Ali Institute of Education on 27th and 28th February, 2018. An astrolabe is an ancient astronomical computer for solving problems related to time and the position of the sun and stars in the sky. Astrolabes are used to show how the sky looks at a specific space at a given time. It is a primitive device and the astrolabe was highly developed in the Islamic world by 800. it was introduced to Europe from Islamic Spain (al-Andalus) in the early twelfth century. It was the most popular astronomical instrument till mid-seventeenth century.
The Lahore Science Mela 2018 is a science fest organized by the Khwarizmi Science Society. showcased inventions, discoveries, experiments, science models and artifacts recieved from all parts of Pakistan. It will be an opportunity to engage all citizens, especially the children in celebrating science. Our focus is on the wonder aspects of practical science accomplished through practical activities such as hands-on games and experiments that will appeal to our young boys and girls. There is no entry fee and the Mela will remain open for all citizens of Pakistan.