Robotics brings science to life as students learn real world applications for scientific theories including Newton’s 3 laws, leverage and torque, material properties, etc.
As your student grows in the curriculum, there are many advanced technologies for them to explore including touch, light, and gyroscopic sensors and even robot brains that can be programmed for complex behaviors.
NRS provided children access to fully stocked robotics kits to explore. In our program your student will learn all about gears, pistons, sprockets, wheels, and a wide range of other simple machines that form the backbone modern machines.
Every part of every robot begins with a sketch. As your student learns to design thier robots we will guide them in the principles of scale, perspective, and orientation to help turn thier thoughts into well conceived plans.
The hands on nature of robotics makes math fun, relatable, and easy to learn. As students face complex problems like ratios, vectors, and derivatives they will learn not just HOW to solve math, but WHEN to apply it.