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What Skills Do Robotics and Coding Teach Students?



What Skills Do Robotics and Coding Teach Students?

Children who learn robotics and coding will pick up many skills including strong critical thinking skills. There are different ways to solve problems, and those who learn robotics learn how to choose the optimal solution for the problem. Also, hands-on learning activities increase students' concentration and attention levels. Other skills include:

  • Preparedness: Technology is changing every day, and students need to be more prepared for technological changes.

  • Teamwork: Kids work in teams to adapt their robots to compete in different dynamic challenges.

  • Programming skills: Beyond learning to program lines of code, your child will discover new ways to solve problems.

  • Analytical thinking: For huge robotics problems, students have to breakdown the problem into segments, and then find the solution.

  • Improve the written and verbal communication skills: Communication is an absolutely essential skill throughout life.

  • Grade improvement is also a point - using tech to excel at projects and presentations in school.

  • Creating and playing games for English and math helps learn context

  • Audio and Visual sensory memory retention overall is better than theoretical reading and understanding.

  • Learning by doing is always the best way to learn

  • Gain confidence , presentation skills , hands on learning , diversification of skillset into STEM that also applies in all areas of learning.


At Strem HQ Tech Academy we can help your student gain the skillset to get confidence to take on the future corporate world through classes and competitive training. AP help in school and much more!


Contact us if you need coaching for robotics and tech classes and competitions.

Email us at info@stremhq.com or call 508-507-8736


References:


M.C. Di Lieto et al.

G. Fessakis et al.


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