"Hands-on experience is the best way to learn about all the interdisciplinary aspects of robotics."
- Rodney Brooks
Students assemble & program their robots
The Robotics courses teach principles of science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) as students design, build and program their own robots. In the course of fulfilling their natural curiosity about robotics they will also learn skills like collaboration, problem-solving, and divergent thinking.
Think divergently and use creativity while building robots or electronic inventions
Improve design thinking skills
Identify problems and develop solutions
Brainstorm and collaborate with peers
Understand the essential parts and functions of different robots
Build, assess and improve prototypes
Program and control the movements of a robot or an invention