Robotics is a heated topic in the modern day global education industry.
The Benefits of Robotics in Education
Technology is playing an essential role in innovating and transforming the Indian education industry. Since the modern day is often being considered as the ‘Digital Era’, introducing more tech-friendly concepts and experimenting with school’s curriculum could enhance the face of the current Indian education system.
That leads us to a major question: Can introduction of Robotics in education bring about this change?
Robotics is a heated topic in the modern-day global education industry. Educators worldwide are seen introducing robotics in their school’s curriculum, making it a compulsory part of students’ for enhancing their learning.
But as the global education industries are taking initiatives towards Robotics education, India, on the other hand, isn’t doing enough to get it into the schools’ curriculum.
What is Educational Robotics?
Educational Robotics deals with the teaching of design, analysis, operation, and application of robots that includes mobile robots, articulated robots, and autonomous vehicles. It is believed that robotics could bring an ease to several daily activities, saving time and efforts of students at learners at the same time.
Robotics are expected to play a major role in transforming the business industries. Already, various brands have introduced robots at their ventures including restaurants, schools, corporate offices, etc. Thus, quality education about robotics could nurture and develop essential skills that could prove to be essential in future.
The robotics education could be taught and introduced as part of the school curriculum right from the elementary level to graduate programs.
To Increase the Competitive Instincts
Introduction of robotics could ease up several competitions that happen at the school and college level. These would generate new segments of competitions that could educate and nurture the young students for a bright future waiting ahead of them.
The modern day parents are ready to pay more for a quality education for their wards. Since technology is highly influencing everybody’s life in the modern day, introducing robotics at schools/colleges could boom the experiential learning process, educating them about how robots are made and functioned. From programming to working, educators could bring these students one step closer to technology and robotics.
This could result in an increased number of enrollments, generating profits and revenue for the schools/institutions.