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Teaching Robotics in Classroom

Sensory Learning

Robotics helps children learn with all of their senses, as its focus is on dynamic, hands-on development. It is proven that to activate a larger number of cognitive connections you need a multi-sensory approach. Robotics engages the students emotionally and physically, which are essential for active learning and superior long-term experimental recall.

Improved Socialization

People learn from each other through imitation and observation, which is a well-known fact. This line of thinking holds true even today. Teamwork and communication are decisive skills to prepare young people to take on the world outside the classroom. Robotics challenges help students improve their socialization skills, including growing listening skills, and consider and evaluate every other viewpoint.

Opportunities for Hands-On Innovation

Computers are programmed with code, which leave no room for creativity and innovative thinking. This can prove costly for students. We are preparing them to analyse, spell, and remember so many things, but the curriculum doesn’t give them enough opportunities to be creative, solve problems and come with new ideas and innovations. Robotics offers students exhilarating opportunities to articulate and put together their imaginations so that they can build their ideas and make them a reality.

Raising the Level of Rigor

To succeed in the 21st century, students have to perform at the highest levels of thinking, which they can achieve only by examining, synthesising, and evaluating their ideas. At the height of thinking, students will start applying what they are learning to real-world tasks. This will enable them to invent new things and create innovative applications and products. Robotics will provide them with these opportunities.