Robotics

Helping children apply creativity in mechanics through modern contextual and experiential learning methods.

 
 

New world, new challenges

Activities that encompass discovery, experimentation, collecting or building things are great ways to teach Robotics to younger children. They are encouraged to develop solutions themselves through trial and error methods. A learning process that helps in developing critical thinking and improves confidence is problem resolution.

 
 

A skill beyond average

Focusing on equipping the children with the knowledge of most innovative technologies and concepts from basic to complex mechanical structures. Children will also learn abstract thinking and problem-solving, make up comparative and fair tests, make analytical tests, and observe, and understand basics of the physical phenomena in mechanical structures. They will have to learn programming languages and use visual programming tools.

 
 

Unique for children

We at FLC focus on hand-on work and experimenting to help children design their own creation and then test its implementation. Our curriculum and lesson plans are aligned with the major science, IT computer science curricula across the world with the focus on long-term and target-oriented learning. We have developed K-12 lesson plans for science and technology education.

 
 

Scientific research based

Supportive scientific research of more than 12 years. Research has shown that students solve up to 8 times more tasks compared to pen and paper.