As part of this initiative, which seeks to support high school students to identify their aptitudes, interests and major talents, robotics class are designed to promote professional development for students on the principles of robotics and computing, and how to integrate them into STEM classes. Students learn computer programming conceptual thinking, and problem solving with coding using freely available C-STEM Studio and RoboBlockly. Students will learn specific strategies for integrating computers and robotics activities into match, science, and engineering curiiclum.

Students learn the basic aspects of programming an industrial robot: “These classes are a general introduction to what is a robot, when, where and why they should use. The class held at the Robotics Laboratory of the School of Engineering also included practical experience to bring school students to these technologies and specifically to the programming of industrial robotic arms.

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