Presentation on theme: "Sonics presents ‘robogyan’ robogyan is an innovative activity based program for science college student aged between 16-26 years with specialized course."— Presentation transcript:
Sonics presents ‘robogyan’ robogyan is an innovative activity based program for science college student aged between years with specialized course methods and materials.programme involves starting from building blocks to consumer electronics-hobby kits to robotics.these programs are designed to trigger effective usage of scientific-creative brain managment among kids,also motive them for higer education & engineering career.it help kids to start the mission to get ready for new challenges in the currnt competitive world. we have successfully conducted our workshop at -indian society of technical education(ISTE) -international society of automotion(ISA)
It is becoming increasingly important for schools to improve and broaden their scope and selection of technological subjects/topics in order to compete in a global market. More and more robotics manufacturers are noticing this potentially huge market and are making their products more “user- friendly” so that teachers can incorporate them into their courses more easily. The big winners seem to be those that offer the most “bang for the buck”; easy to use and inexpensive products like Arduino are becoming more widespread and children are being introduced to robotics at younger and younger ages.
Robotics offers the perfect outlet for students not only because it is at the forefront of technology, and appeals to (almost) everyone, but also because it: offers a hands-on learning approach which students love incorporates multiple disciplines and opens career possibilities promotes technological literacy students must demonstrate resource and time management encourages teamwork and problem solving curriculum material is becoming increasingly available increasing support from both the public and private sectors
key learning value: building and exploring real lifemachines & mechanisms experimenting with balanced and unbalanced forces measuring distance,time,speed,weight calibrating scales
estimation skills measuring(formal and informal) reasoning,logic & pattern symmetry creative thinking following direction focusing on a task finishing a task fine motor skills discovering how things work skills involved when building robots: