Curriculum

We use multiple curriculums depending on age groups and requirements by schools and parents. We constantly add new equipment, robots and software. See below our newest addition:

Our Program

 Learning Through Robotics is a hands-on interactive program that focuses on teaching STEM principles while engaging students in a fun and enthusiastic atmosphere.  STEM (Science Technology Engineering and Math) subjects are highly incorporated into the program in addition to primary focus on Application Math.  

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Students (Grade 3 to 6) will be taught the basics of robotics and programming as well as how to work effectively in a team.  All equipment, robotic kits, software and laptops will be provided. In every classroom of 30 students there will be 2 – 3 teachers that will closely monitor and instruct students on how to build mini-robots and program them using multiple software.  This program will encourage students to use their imagination, problem-solving skills and will enable them to better apply learned academic principles at work place.  Given below are examples of our program.

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STEM subjects covered in 6th Grade Curriculum

Science:  Motion, sound waves, sensing, sonic and light detection
Technology & Programming: Basics of programming, flow-charts, pictorial programs
Engineering: Motors, friction, rotations, gears and sensors
Math:  Measurements, conversions, volume, surface area, geometric concepts, graphing, fractions, decimals, degrees, ratios, proportions, percentages, and problem-solving

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Lesson Summary (6th Grade)

– Put together a moving vehicle with multiple sensors and motors.
– Attach an extended claw and program a robot.
– Lesson on rotations and gyroscope. Project covers lessons on light, sound and distance.
– Steering the vehicle and friction. Several concepts on mechanics
– Navigating the robot and program concepts
– Display, Sound and Colors.

– Switch and Touch Sensors

– Obstacle courses and team work.

LEGO® and the LEGO logo  are trademarks of the LEGO Group© 2013 The LEGO Group. These programs are not authorized, sponsored or endorsed by the LEGO Group. 

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