Developing passion for studyingcan be achieved at any time in our lives, yet it has to be done in a right way. With the amount of distractions in modern world it can be challenging to entice young minds into willingly committing to acquire knowledge.

We found a solution for it by creating an exciting and interactive learning environment for school age youngsters, without neglecting schools’ curriculums. We have simply supplemented the existing strong theoretical foundation with exciting hands-on activities.
Our teachings are applied at different levels of complexity to maintain alignment with students’ knowledge.

We use our own IRimbotLab to teach STEAMD through robotics. The material is divided on 3 education levels and is being implemented as an additional 90min period once a week.

iRimbotLab: Primary education

  • Introduction to robotics.
  • Fun based hands-on activities.
  • Constructing robotic models applicable in real life scenarios.
  • Creating scenarios favoring logical thinking development.
  • Enhancing planning and teamwork capability, creativity and motor skills.

iRimbotLab: Secondary education

  • Becoming familiar with visual programming language Scratch, developed by MIT USA.
  • Utilizing iRim controller and sensors in practical experiments.
  • Developing complex solving and time management skills.
  • Improving inductive reasoning.

iRimbotLab: Senior Secondary education

  • Using programming languages like C, C++, JAVA, Python, PHP and more advanced visual programming language Blockly, developed by Google.
  • Critical thinking skills and problem solving strategies revolving around engineering and robotics.

The way we implement 3D printing is by teaching students how to use the technology to manufacture variety of models, or prototypes. Those can be used as educational materials.

For example:

  • Biology: manufacturing a model of a heart and examine it closely
  • Chemistry: manufacturing molecules and atoms for display
  • Design, Architecture, Arts: manufacturing designs, examine them and verify their validity
  • Physics: manufacturing a boat to test its buoyancy