From ideas to reality in robotics
With the future development orientation, the technology fields are giving opportunities and challenges for humans. In order to help students understand modern technology fields, as well as career orientation, PennSchool deploys technology subjects with a variety of training content.
Through robotics, students study new skills and develop their knowledge. It helps students to improve concentration, design ability and teamwork. This is the subject that raises students’ communication and gets more class’s experience.
Robotics promotes creativity
Robotics is a fact-oriented subject. In other words, students can learn about a concept and bring it to life. Besides, they have the opportunity to create anything they want. This allows students to interact, think, and brainstorm about problem solving. This is an opportunity for children to participate in the learning process and increase their creativity.
Raise your passion
Robotics is an open subject where students can freely create and design robots based on different goals, different shapes and different levels of complexity. Even taking apart small details to discover their functionality provides students with new experiences. With this subject, each student can choose for themselves different approaches, free experimentation and an opportunity for them to nurture their passion for STEM.
Creating future leaders
When learning about robotics, students will be able to perform different tasks in groups, thereby helping them discover their strengths and promote it effectively. When assembling robots in groups, some students are good at speaking and can verbalize ideas into reality. On the other hand, there are students who are not good at sharing ideas, but confidently complete technical tasks, ensuring the team completes the task given.
When the groups share and operate the final product, the children show their leadership ability, the ability to communicate and express their ideas in the best way.
How to develop team spirit
Robotics needs a combination of bright minds. Many manufacturing projects need the combination of team members, because it requires different skills such as programming, engineering, sensing, etc. So a successful robot project is indispensable. cooperation among many members.
Train your ability to face challenges
It is quite natural that most students feel frustrated when they do not pass the challenges. Robotics teaches students not to give up, not to stop halfway, but to face difficulties and finish to the end. This subject also helps students become confident and purposeful people, ready to set ambitious goals and pursue them if necessary.