Engineering and Robotics

Price: 50000
No of Students: 20
Teacher: Okenwa Ikwan

Engineering boasts numerous benefits for young brains. It encourages problem-solving and teamwork, promotes questions and even inspires budding inventors. Engineering encourages children to make and create, Children coming up with an idea, and the blueprint is amazing. By enabling children to investigate and look into how things work and why parents are actively encouraging engineering and STEAM-based learning.

“In robotics, children see the result of their learning more directly, compared to other subjects. They get to apply basic scientific concepts e.g. connecting the battery terminals to a motor and seeing it run. They use basic math to calculate the speed of objects, they use basic technology to pick up the right components, and they use basic engineering to put together all the components. And YES children get to experience STEM education in a more fun and creative way. This is not just a figment of their imagination, but a real-time moving structure that they have built with all the knowledge they have garnered,” D Harish Vardhana, Operations Manager, SP Robotics MakerLab

It develops creativity and hand-on training

“Robotics ignite the fun part of their brain. I have always told parents that if their children break apart their toys to discover what’s inside and see how it works — this is the power of curiosity, which may eventually fade away as she grows up. So, the earlier her curiosity is fed with resources, the more fun she will have and the quicker she will learn,” D Harish Vardhana, Operations Manager, SP Robotics MakerLab.

Here are a few Benefits of this Course to children 

  • Robotics provide better skills.
  • Robotics use to making prototype so it will help the problem better.
  • Better for problem-solving, If students are given the time, space and purpose to build robots and solve open-ended problems.
  • Program building robots aim to help students develop logic building and critical thinking skills at a very young age.
  • Hands-on learning & engagement has been observed that learners of all ages enjoy hands-on construction activities.
  • Robotics provides a context for inquiry and discovery, leading students to become active problem-solvers and to engage in their own learning.