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5️⃣ Reasons Why Robotics Should Be Include in the Classrooms. 🤔 XTS Tech

16 Dec 2020
5️⃣ Reasons Why Robotics Should Be Include in the Classrooms. 🤔 XTS Tech
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A launching pad for students to realize their passions.
By going through the process of building a robot in the classroom, students explore many different learning pathways. Some of the students may have an interest in 3D printing and coding, and have even gone as far as to take apart household appliances because they have a new-found interest in mechanics. These students are able to build their own learning pathways because robotics offers them an open platform where they can decide where to go with their experimentations. Not only that, robotics curriculum naturally allows teachers to take an individualized approach to each student’s learning, helping to nurture their passions even further.
 
A strong robotics curriculum can create leaders.

When students interact with robots in the classroom and make them perform various motions and tasks, your students’ different strengths will start to shine. When assembling robots in teams, some students are great at speaking and can verbally bring ideas to life. On the flipside, there are students who may not be as vocal but they lead behind the scenes: they code, perform technical tasks and/or makes sure the team stays on task. Through the exercise of putting the robot together and making it move, these two types of students—both leaders in their own right—learn to communicate as a team and express their ideas to craft the best end result. The ability to come together as different types of leaders, communicate with each other and utilize their personal strengths will be essential throughout these students’ lives, no matter if they become an artist, a business executive or an engineer.
 
Teach students how to communicate across different technology platforms.
As much as robotics teaches students how to code and flex their math and science muscles, it can also help show them how to navigate sending a tweet, how to write a blog post or respond when a company says, “we want you to test our product.”

Through this extension of robotics, students are learning how to communicate across different technology platforms, understand the audience of these different platforms and gain experience crafting effective messages for the various audiences—a crucial skill that we all need to be familiar with, no matter what career path we follow.

Lead to community involvement.
Teaching robotics in the classroom can create a sense of community within the classroom that expands to the outside community in which you live. There are numerous benefits of student community involvement, including increased attendance, higher grades, a sense of greater security, fewer behavioral problems and an increase in positive attitudes about school and homework. Through opportunities like these, students begin seeing robotics as more than a project for a grade but rather as a tool that can inspire others. Nine times out of ten, seasoned professionals build the robots they see on TV, and getting started can certainly feel intimidating.
 
Improve teamwork skills.
When students work in groups on a project with a robot they quickly see that technical skills, such as coding, are very important. However, their robot won’t move if they don’t know how to collaborate with others and communicate their ideas. Through robotics in the classroom, students learn how to express themselves and listen and relate to others— honing valuable life skills.



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