My kids have just had the best afternoon filled with novelty, science experiments and wonder. Moheb Nabeel is a genius and that is no exaggeration. He is the creator of Curiosity Lab, but he is formerly a jet engine engineer who worked for Rolls Royce in the UK. He got his dream job and then he came back to Dubai where he grew up having attended Cambridge High School & Dubai College before heading overseas for University. His other dream was to teach kids about science; he is seriously over qualified but the self-admitted geek says he realised teaching was a passion, and he started last year to pursue it. The KHDA have also asked him to speak at several workshops to inspire teachers classrooms at affordable costs. He is so enthusiastic about science that he spent 6 months working out how he would break down science into modules for children so that they would love it and enjoy it. Most of all, Moheb has a true passion and a thirst of knowledge, and his enthusiam rubs off on the children.
Moheb didn’t shy away from introducing to the children (7 years, 5 years and 3 years), to the physics concept of Force (naturally my sons’ both shouted out Star Wars), and he introduced Sir Isaac Newton to them. I was surprised that my children understood from his explainations what the concept of Force was as this was not introduced to me until my later years of school.
If I had to give my children a dream teacher to teach science, Moheb is it. He ticks all the boxes, and for younger children there is no paper based work.
We have decided to bring Moheb home to teach our kids once a week. He charges AED125 per child (5 years and up), and would ask for a group of 4 – 6 children to be in the class.
For more details contact: Moheb Nabeel at Curiosity Lab
Facebook page or call 050 407 9007
Book soon as he has very little time spare because of his overwhelming popularity with parents and kids.
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Tuesday, March 15, 2016