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Robotics as a part of our curriculum adheres to the needs of the changing world by polishing our students with a skill set that will help them in the longer run.
The Robotics curriculum has been meticulously designed to allow our young geniuses to extensively explore the world of technology and robotics. We intend to keep our students updated with the most recent technological advancements rather than traditional and outdated teaching methods. Robotics is a fun and effective way to introduce kids to not only programming but also to engage their interests towards other subjects in a creative manner. It makes kids learn Science and Math in engaging ways and can capture a child’s imagination like no other tool by creating a fun, physical learning process. Our curriculum includes Scratch junior, Scratch, Blocklydino, Syntax, Arduino and many more programmes.
A series of National and International Competitions, including the ones being organized by IITs, are lined up, serving as an exhibiting opportunity for our young talented minds.
EARLY YEARS PROGRAM
Students studying in grades I, II & II are initially just familiarized with the basics of programming through Edurobo, an in-house designed robot, which assists them in learning programme via interactive play by moving a robot in various sequences and also through Scratch Junior, a software that provides a first-hand learning of programming a robot. Our motive is to introduce programming to the students in the easiest way possible.
Grades IV & V is where our curriculum delves deeper into the concepts of robotics. The students learn to programme the edurover, in-house designed robot, through a software namely blockyduino, by Google. The ideal motive for these grades is to bring them face to face with the applications of digital sensors, infrared rays, the logic behind each programming. This phase is a huge learning curve for the students, as they learn to build a complete robot of various characteristics such as obstacle avoidance, Edge line robot, soil moisture detection etc. The students are encouraged to come up with their own ideas transform the same logic into programming. If a student feels he wants to assemble a robot by himself, he can.
With Robokit, students of grades VI, VII, VIII & IX are provided with an advanced knowledge of robotics, involving both programmings as well as mechanical knowledge and practice of the subject. Students are trained in hardware and programs which are known for their simple and accessible user experiences, making it easier for children to get started with programming and its range can be extended to what kids can learn and create. They are taught both digital & analog sensors. Each teacher is subjected to professional training through various workshops from time to time by our in-house robotics experts. Pretty soon we intend to deliver the same to outside students through special workshops.