The Ministry of Education and Religious Affairs has approved our organization’s educational proposal in the context of “Pilot Application of Educational Robotics in Skills Workshops in Secondary Schools”, No. of Prot. 43101/Δ2.
STEM Education, in collaboration with Knowledge Research, proposes applied science and educational robotics programs to be implemented within the framework of the Skills Labs in schools for all educational levels.
The equipment for implementing the activities is based on well-known open architecture processors such as BBC micro:bit, Arduino, and Raspberry Pi. They are programmable in internationally recognized programming languages like MIT Scratch or Microsoft’s MakeCode for graphical programming and Python and C for textual programming. They are also equipped with reliable sensors capable of accurately measuring physical quantities relevant to science teaching. Appropriate graphical tools are supported so that children can create graphical representations of their measurements, save and edit them. The equipment includes a large number of building blocks with which children can build physics experiment setups, automation models, or autonomous robotic models so that learning becomes a playful activity. The equipment is easy to use and efficient in terms of energy in the school environment because the constructs are battery-powered and do not require a power supply at the student’s desk. They are simple to program using any tablet or computer programming software. They are accompanied by activities that complement the school material while also expanding it to cover contemporary topics that are not covered in the school curriculum.
STEM Education created an innovative skill-building program with the programmable robot BeeBot in the context of the STEM-Educational Robotics module.
Introduction to Educational Robotics (TPBot)
In this skills enhancement program developed by STEM Education, children will become familiar with the use of the Micro:bit and then program with it to program the TPBot.
Problem-solving is now required in society. Children will learn to think and solve problems in everyday life through hands-on activities.
Educational Robotics (Nezha Robotics)
STEM Education has created a comprehensive skill-building program for upper elementary students to learn about STEM and Educational Robotics
Educational Robotics (Nezha Robotics-Arduino)
STEM Education has created a comprehensive skill-building program for upper elementary students to learn about STEM and Educational Robotics.
Introduction to electronic technology
STEM Education’s proposed program fills this void in an interesting and entertaining way. How do a processor and its memory work, and how do they differ?