Robotix Lab Research Academy was started with the sole aim of reaching the knowledge on THE NEXT GENERATION TECHNOLOGY, ROBOTICS to the people of all age groups with different understanding levels.
As our Researchers found Robotics can be a fun stepping-stone for getting a child interested in STEM (science, technology, engineering, and mathematics) subjects that can lead to amazing careers later in life developed CARP- A Curriculum Aligned Robotic Program for school students from Class1 to class12 which is well appreciated and happening in various Schools in Chennai and Tamilnadu where our associates are available in the schools to support in teaching Robotics as part of their Curriculum.
Carefully designed and constant upgraded training modules, focussed on designing and building miniature working models on various concepts on the current happening technologies around us and across the world is the specialisation of this Program.
Our researchers available in the schools constantly moderate the understanding levels of each student and tailor make programs based on their requirements in each class allotted for this Program all through the academic year. The supporting work book and assessments help them to groom each students in the area of lagging. All these good work brought us the Best Associate Award for the year 2016-17 from one of the schools our program is being practiced for the past three years.
The students practicing these modules had shown increased level of interest on understanding the science concepts behind them and were able to connect with their routine academic modules as they record the working on different stages of the Robot.
Science is at the heart of all robotics. Building and working with robots has a lot to teach children closer to home. Learning how robots are powered can teach children scientific theories on electricity and solar power. Using robots to lift objects can strengthen a child’s understanding of physics concepts like force and tension. Building a robot from scratch and seeing how different materials affect how their robot behaves teaches children the most fundamental aspects of science: observation and experimentation.
Students use their geometry skills to find the area, circumference, or even volume. For example, the most commonly used part of mobile robots are wheels .While most wheels may be circles, others may be other shapes for different tasks, such as climbing stairs. Also, a lot of robots have turning, rotating parts for which they have to understand angles and the way the different rotating parts affect the movement of their robot.
As they design each robot they need to plan how big they have to build the robot for a specific purpose, then various measurements comes to play its role. On practice, the students skills on various measurement tables and unit conversion tables is groomed as they gradually learn the application of these in appropriate levels.
As they build each robot it needs to be tested .say at different speed levels, at different terrains, may be with carrying different weights thereby create a data which needs to be recorded as part of analysis plan and with that data the student finally arrives at the end result best fit to achieve the expected performance of their robot. This process grooms his understanding and mastering on statistics.
Algebra is essential in both basic and more advanced robot making. Algebraic thinking involves finding the patterns and relationships between different things, like speed and power, or wheel diameter and distance travelled. And when they get into more advanced robotics, they start using more and more algebra as they incorporate the physics of what is happening.
Robotix Lab Research Academy was started to take Robotics primarily to Schools as they also ensure that a specialized knowledge on Robotics was given to the College Students to their learning levels well packaged to suit their requirements and interest lines.