ROBOTICS IN STEAMED EDUCATION

Be Prepared for Robolution
STEAMED ICONS

BRIDGING THE SKILLS GAP WITH INNOVATIVE TRAINING APPROACHES

Skyrim interdisciplinary approach of leaning helps student’s benefits from project and skill based learning approach. Skyrim has brought in a “Vigorous” integrated curriculum that creates a natural progression for learning “by getting students mind-set of being able to think about application and possibilities.

Skyrim iRIMbot Lab Solutions Process

Assembling Process

iRIMbot Lab Solutions

Skyrim Innovation, along with multiple schools focuses on domains such as “Hands-On Learning” and “Learning by Doing”. The content is very closely mapped to the regular curriculum (Standards 2nd to 12th) of the school and easily integrates with the regular functioning of the school.

iRimBot LAB I For students from 2nd , 3rd ,4th & 5th Stdn.
iRimBot LAB II For students from 6th , 7th & 8th Stdn.
iRimBot LAB III For students from 9th ,10th,11th & 12th Stdn.

Skyrim will provide Infrastructure and Tools with certified Trainer so that students work on a dozen projects in class and can use a variety of robot elements and machine parts to design and complete robots, which they studying theoretically.

How Skyrim STEAMED Robotics Helps Young Innovators?

CRITICAL THINKING
CREATIVITY
COMPUTATION
COLLABORATION
COMMUNICATION

Our Strength

Certified Trainer

Certified Trainer

Mapped Content

Mapped Content

Hardware Kit

Hardware

Software

Software

Evaluation Methods

Evaluation Methods

SkyLane

Skylane App

SKYRIM INNOVATION MAIN OBJECTIVE is to foster inquisitiveness, creativity and imagination in young minds and inculcate skills such as design mindset, computational thinking, adaptive learning, physical computing etc. Young children will get a chance to work with tools and equipment to understand what, how and why aspects of STEAMED (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, Maths, Emotional Intelligence and Design.

STEAMED Robotics Course Encourages Students To:

Embrace

Embrace their Errors

Embrace their Errors

Navigate

Navigate their Own Learning

Experiment

Experiment in Classroom

Curiosity

Free Natural Curiosity