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Children are filled with curiosity, desire to discover and tons of creative potential that is waiting to be tapped and nurtured. Play is the cornerstone of creative learning that involves collaborative, experiential and trial & error learning!
Engaging, Hands-on activities form the core of the program at TIMES that allows children to plan, investigate and implement their ideas. They develop scientific enquiry and essential life skills as they learn on their journey of discovery. Aha! Moments are aplenty.
TIMES provide complete Robotics solution for school children of all age group. Our courses help children understand the concepts of their core subjects such as Science, Mathematics, Engineering, Computer, Technology, and Architecture & Design.
The Robotics course is divided into structured classes to provide the children essential life skills like leadership, creativity, innovativeness, analytical & problem-solving skills, teamwork and Communication skills.
Coding classes, programming classes and other computational skills develop while learning Robotics.
BENEFITS OF ROBOTICS EDUCATION
Times help the students to develop teamwork and co-operative skills
When our Graders work on a robotic project, they need to work in a group or a team as one can be good in programming skill but other parameters such as engineering, technology, and sensors are also important for building a robot. Hence, they need to collaborate with their team members in an open environment.
They not only need to express themselves but also need to listen to others to capture their valuable inputs.It helps the students to create positive confidence and attitude to face the outer world. Students tend to be shy but when they learn robotics and develop robots on their own, they want to show their achievement to the world.
This creates a great sense of ownership and positive outlook in them. They feel to be more connected to the community.
Times help the students to communicate and learn different advanced technological platforms
In today’s world, a different set of communication channels are present. When students learn and develop their own robots, they want to showcase the same to the world. As channels or mediums are different, students need to have knowledge of the respective platform to communicate.
With these, students communication skills gets improved as they craft or draft the message as per audience and channel of communication.Robotics Education is said to be difficult but it is said that difficult situations create great leaders.
The ability to communicate across a platform with different groups shows the essential personal strengths of an individual and how he/she is utilizing their positive traits to get a solution of the problem.
Times prepares a strong and robust curriculum will create knowledgeable leaders for tomorrow
Robotics Education is said to be difficult but it is said that difficult situations create great leaders. The ability to communicate across a platform with different groups shows the essential personal strengths of an individual and how he/she is utilizing their positive traits to get a solution of the problem.
It is an amazing experience to see the student’s excitement when they start learning robotics. It helps them to know their strong and weak areas of strength. It helps the students to articulate the problem and solution in much effective and efficient way. Robotics cultivates an interest and nurtures the passion in this field.
TIMES ROBTICS CORE VALUES
We display Gracious Professionalism and Co-Operation in Everything we do.
Achievements and Results
Our 10 competitors were grilled by a team of judges in the first three categories. The final category, the actual robot movements on the board, was conducted in the public setting with all participants watching carefully.
Our team scored a 1st Place in Research/Presentation and a 3rd Place in the Missions on the Board. This is an extraordinary accomplishment, considering the team is only in its second year.
The team was cited by the judges for their ability to thoroughly research the challenging questions that had been given to them, their ability to communicate the results of their research and for the clever, creative way in which they presented some of their conclusions.
|1||BATCH A |
VI VII VII IX Std
|1:30 TO 2:15|
IV V Std
|2:15 TO 3:00|
II III Std.
|3:00 TO 3:45|