At RobotiX Institute, we offer variety of Robotics lessons, customized for individual students. We provide structured Robotics education based on robust curriculum. The curriculum is built based on the Carnagie Mellon's Robomatter curriculum. These modules help kids develop a habit of reasoning and enhance their level of creativity and use structured education system at its best.
Basic building of robots, using basic components
Basic Programming, designing and testing
Improve their designs using sensors and multiple actuators
Present the projects at the end of the session
Learn advanced skills and apply them
In our test bed, custom made for robotics
Internal competitions will be held between different teams where they will be able to apply what they learned
Students will be forming teams and attend different Regional and National challenges which will be held throughout the year where they will be involved in different engineering design and robotics competitions. This is where they will Apply what they learned and will start analyzing how to come up with better solutions.
|FIRST® Lego League Jr||K-3|
|FIRST® Lego League||4-8|
|FIRST Tech Challenge||7-12|
|FIRST Robotics Competition||9-12|
|World Robot Olympiad(WR0) -
More than 22,000 teams from 60+
|All School Age|
|VEX Competitions||Middle High School|
This is where they will compile information together in a different way by combining elements in a new pattern or proposing alternative solutions. They will start generating new ideas, products or ways of viewing things.
The modern workplace is interpersonal - Skills such as listening, collaborating with others, presenting ideas and communicating with peers/team members are all highly valued in the workspace. While the academic grades may get your foot in the door, your people skills are what open most of the doors to come. Your work ethic, your attitude, your communication skills, your emotional intelligence and a whole host of other personal attributes are the soft skills that are crucial for career success. At RXI, the students learn those skills by pairing with other students for their time boxed projects, present their projects at the end of their sessions and working as a team for competitions.