Prepare your child with 21st Century Skills through STEM Robotic Curriculum Through STEM education, students learn to become problem solvers, innovators, creators, and collaborators and go on to fill the critical pipeline of engineers, scientists, and innovators. Robotics provides many rich opportunities to teach Computer Science, Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (CS-STEM) as well as “21st Century Skills” that includes analytical thinking skills, problem solving skills using computational thinking skills, collaboration skills, communication skills, digital literacy and even, leadership.

 

The objectives of STEM Robotic Curriculum application in Sekolah Paradisa Cendekia are as follow:

  • to train children to determine how complex problems are solved by breaking them down into smaller more manageable problems (computational thinking skills)
  • To use the motivational effects of robotics to excite students about science and technology.
  • All graduate students will be technologically literate, mathematically competent, and confident about their future.

We are applying an internationally-proven STEM Robotic curriculum that is supported by the latest research and innovation. Our certified STEM Robotic educators use the hands-on, minds-on field of robotics to engage students in problem-solving, discovery, and exploratory learning.

TREC: Technology, Robotics, Engineering, and Coding
Grade 1: Sense, Plan, Act
Students learn about mechanical construction systems using educational building systems (VEX Robotics).
Grade 2: Creative Engineering
Students learn additional building skills and how to develop creative solutions that apply the basic engineering process and cross-cultural investigations.
Grade 3: Mobility and Sequence
Students will use their robotics kits to explore elementary math concepts, the properties of different objects, and the concept of force with simple machines.
Grade 4: Sensing and Logic
Students build and program robots to complete sensorassisted navigation tasks in themed worlds.
Grade 5: Experiments and Analysis
Students build and program robots in applications focused around responsive real-time autonomy through Repeated Decisions (looped conditionals).
Grade 6: Engineering Explorations
Students will be introduced to engineering principles as they use their previous knowledge of programming and robotic design to solve real-world problems.