STEM Education has created comprehensive annual STEM & Educational Robotics Education Programs that include selected educational activities, worksheets, construction instructions, and an instructor’s guide for students aged 5 to 15.
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The educational program “Lilliputian Engineers” is designed for pre-school students (4 and 5 years old). Children take their first steps in the world of Science, Technology, and Engineering. Through playful activities, children explore concepts and phenomena from the world around them, creating one or more structures at a time. Through unique stories that enrich each activity and keep their interest, young engineers are challenged to seek solutions to specific problems.
My first Algorithm
STEM Education, through the educational program “My First Algorithm,” enables preschool children to create their first algorithms! With this new program, we hope to lay a solid foundation in understanding programming concepts from a young age through hands-on activities that will motivate children to want to learn more and more. Each lesson is a different story – a challenge that motivates children to solve a problem through the programming of the robot. The students create in groups their own unique story, which they then illustrate with a track.
The educational program “Simple Machines” is designed for 1st and 2nd-grade students and allows them to transform into little scientists. Children learn to consider what happens in nature, how something works, or what a device is for by observing the world around them. The little engineers use their skills by building simple models and learn experimentally the usefulness of the mechanisms (gears, pulleys, levers) they encounter in their environment through collaboration.
Simple and Powered Machines
The “Simple and Powered Machines” educational program is a progression of the “Simple Machines” program. Equipped with the necessary tools, young engineers are ready to think like engineers and build complex machines to solve problems in the service of people. By setting concrete structures into motion, they will learn about electrical circuits, current polarity, and switches.
Introduction to Automation
The educational program “Introduction to Automation” is designed for 4th, 5th, and 6th– grade students. They will first be introduced to the Scratch programming language, and they will comprehend engineering, physics, and math concepts in a fun way. The activities they will take part in will amuse, significantly deepen, and demonstrate skills they will need to acquire to support their future path in tomorrow’s society.
In the Elementary Robotics curriculum, students design and shape their first fully autonomous robotic structures in the physical world to complete exciting missions. They program robot configurations, utilize combinations of sensors and motors and add intelligence to solving complex problems. The curriculum is fully aligned with the learning objectives of the Computing Curriculum.
Through the educational program “Micro:bit Scratch”, students in the 4th, 5th, and 6th grades of primary school, as well as the first grade, of secondary school will learn basic programming concepts, become acquainted with the concept of measuring physical quantities and physical changes, and use electronic technology and mathematics to reach their first scientific conclusions. They will be able to read, design, and construct experimental devices with electronic circuits thanks to the interdisciplinary nature of the laboratories. Students will gain a better understanding of the sensors found in everyday devices, as well as the programming algorithms behind them.
Micro:bit Scratch Building Robots
Students in the 5th and 6th grade of primary school, as well as in the 1st grade of secondary school, will learn to build automations, control devices, and more complex robotic devices using the Micro:bit microcontroller and various peripherals such as sensors and servos, as part of the educational program “Micro:bit Scratch Building Robots.” At the same time, they will be taught the fundamental physics principles that refer to the physical quantities associated with their constructions. Furthermore, they will learn the basic principles of mathematics and statistics as they apply to the collection, processing, and utilization of measurements taken from these structures.
“SPIKE Prime” is a brand-new approach to encouraging students to engage in STEAM and educational robotics, while also helping them to develop confidence through knowledge. Students between 11 to 15 years old are introduced to STEAM and educational robotics through the construction and programming of fun robots and smart devices! SPIKE Prime facilitates critical thinking development as well as complex problem solving in students through a fun process in which they learn through play.
The “EV3” program is intended for students in the first, second, and third grades of secondary school. The “EV3” program is intended for students in the first, second, and third grades of secondary school. Building a functionally autonomous and complex robot as a group activity allows them to unleash their creative power while also empirically understanding the concepts behind physical quantities in an exciting way. At the same time, the children are prepared to compete in the annual WRO Hellas National Educational Robotics Competition if they wish.