We have different S.T.E.A.M (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Mathmatics) programs for children to learn with fantastic tools, to inspire creativity, to possess the problem solving skills, and to understand the science concepts in our lifes. We cooperate with local learning centers and after school programs in order to expand our great concepts for children everywhere.
Different fatastic programs for different ages:
Smart Hands-on Bricks Program for ages 3-5
Learning Tool : LEGO® DUPLO Machine
Students will practice essential pre-school skills such as: Patterns, Colors, Counting, Position and Ordering, and Comparison, etc. by building various models. Otherwise, we engage the engineering concepts like gears, pulley, and balance, etc. to make the theme models movable and fun. In the class, we use dierent stories to introduce various theme models. It helps kids to think and immerse themselves into a circumstance of their imagination. Once they understand the ideas, teacher will guide students how to build the model. Furthermore, they will have free-build time to craft their own designs. We believe this process can help kids think, learn and have fun with LEGO®.
Creative Machine Design Program for ages 6-9 and New Generation Robot Design Progam for ages 9-14
Learning Tool : LEGO® Education Learning Tools
The little thing that inspired Albert Einstein and sparked his interests in science over 100 years ago was, surprisingly, a toy. Today’s children are often made to spend most of their time reading and writing, as our education system neglects the benefits of “Play”. Research shows that children learn best, and are enabled to be the most creative, while interacting with the environment, with each other, and with their toys during expert-guided play.
Our programs cover a series of topics engaged with S.T.E.M concepts. It is a systematic, organized, and well-oriented program; our teacher team is experienced and well-trained in mechanical engineering and robotics fields. It includes building structures, transportation, energy, daily necessities and the list goes on. We believe the program can definitely enrich children’s learning experiences and their problem solving skills.
Beginning Level(F1-F4) - Motorized Machine Set
Educational Robotics is the hottest globally trending program. It is proven to instill creative thinking and creative problem-solving skills that transfer onto other disciplines by facilitating kids to do what they enjoy the most—play! A truly win-win strategy!
Course F1 to F4 is developed on three main topics of “force and structure”, “wheel and axis", and "gear and pulley". Every level covers the scientific and builds situations by using thse topics. In this learning process, children will devote their minds in every topic and achieve the goal by building their models.
Advanced Level(R1-R4) - Programmable Robots Set (MINDSTORM EV3)
In this Program, Students are encouraged to brainstorm in order to find the solutions to problems and then develop them through the robot design process. Our program is a systematic program; students play and learn from understanding principals to do the actual problem solving work. This is also an excellent way of getting students to talk to each other and cooperate as well as giving them hands-on experience with an array of sensors, motors, logic programming skills, and the new robot technology.
Course R1 to R4, we add programmable controller, different sensors, and programming languages into the courses. These will help students to know how the electronic sciences is applied in the real world.
Advanced Design Program for ages 15-18
Learning Tool : VEX® EDR, EasyC® Programming Language
The VEX EDR Robotics Design System offers students an platform for learning about areas rich with career opportunities spanning science, technology, engineering and math (STEM). These are just a few of the many fields students can explore by creating with VEX Robotics technology. Beyond science and engineering principles, a VEX Robotics project encourages teamwork, leadership and problem solving among groups. It also allows educators to easily customize projects to meet the level of students’ abilities. We will use metal structure and industrial assembly methods to construct our robot, and use EasyC® programming language to code. Students learn how to integrate heardware and software tasks together to achieve the goal and solve the problem!