1. Tomorrow's scientists and engineers are sitting in your classroom today, just waiting to be encouraged, inspired and activated. With a dedicated NeoRobos Lab in your school you can lift science ,maths and language skills from the pages of a textbook and bring them to life.
2. Robotics is an excellent multi-disciplinary field which imparts practical, activity-based and hands-on knowledge aimed to ignite passion in young students towards Computer Science, Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics and Languages(CS-STEM&L) using ICT.
3. Robotics spans subjects such as mathematics, physics, electronics, mechanics and computer programming. The process of designing and constructing projects develop team working, creativity, concentration, creative problem solving and programming skills in students in a logical and structured manner.
4. Using the LEGO® Education range of resources, NeoRobos™ provides project based, hands-on learning solution, aiding teachers with the necessary tools to implement learning of key STEM concepts.
5. These solutions provide a unique ‘hands-on, minds-on’ environment that supports and enriches the entire learning process. It’s an innovative way of both learning and teaching. One that will stimulate your students, motivate your teachers and enhance the wider academic reputation of your school.
Learning is at the very core of the NeoRobos Group's most heartfelt values, the company's education division has invested many years in cooperation and research with child development specialists and teaching professionals to build a rich understanding of what it takes to provide truly effective learning experiences.
Educational robotics is a learning environment in which the people involved are motivated by the design and construction of creations (object that has characteristics similar to those of human or animal life). These creations are given in the first instance and later mental form in physical form, which are built with different types of materials and controlled by a computer system, which are called prototypes or simulations.
The best way to summarize the INTERNATIONAL COMPETITIONS is to say that it is a robotics program, which is designed to get children excited about science and technology -- and teach them valuable employment and life skills.