is a multi-national company that offers innovative, technology-based educational solutions and services for the K-12 program of the education market. We are a subsidiary of Eduspec Holdings Bhd., the No. 1 K-12 IT Education provider in Asia with more than 31-years of strong international curriculum advancements established in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. We provide a leading-edge STEM education platform through our partnerships with top global educational institutions such as Carnegie Mellon Robotics Academy (CMRA) and VEX Robotics. Our Educational programs are accredited and certified by various global certifying bodies with only the highest standards in the provision of the latest industry-relevant curriculum around the world. We also offer continuous professional development and training for educators here and abroad.
The STEM with Robotics Program is recommended to be implemented as a standalone program, provided that the school can spare additional time. The Program is implemented at least 1 hour a week or more.
NO! Because aside from enhancing STEM disciplines the program also aims to develop 21st century learning skills to all students focusing on equipping the students with computational thinking skills. Also, we have a complete structured curriculum intended to cater from grades 1 to 12 with a progressive design level of courses.
Using the enticing features of the robots inside the classroom will make students more engaged in learning. Students are determined to be more actively participating in classroom discussion if they are given manipulative activities which makes learning more fun to them. Robotics has the capability to integrate subjects that no other program can do.
Yes. Our program offers a content which aims to develop STEM learning. The content of our program is designed to learn from the simplest lesson up to the complex lesson. Students in the primary level start from the basics of building where they can learn counting and measurement using the different parts included on the robot kits. They are also introduced in the basic use of computers as a foundation in learning programming.
The STEM with Robotics curriculum was developed from researches generated by Carnegie Mellon Robotics Academy (CMRA), part of the School of Computer Science in Carnegie Mellon University. It is one of the STEM Solutions provided by Robomatter Inc., which was founded in 2003 by Robin Shoop, Director of the CMRA.