Imaginarium Courses

Robotics

ROBOTICS

Benefits of Robotics:

Improves concentration

Robotics incorporate vital hands-on learning that improves the engagement and attention span of our students 

Develops critical creative thinking & problem-solving skills

Students get to inject their own creativity into designing and programming their robots based on different given goals or real-world problems that they may encounter

Learning the importance of teamwork

Students will collaborate with peers in developing their solutions and prototypes, and in the process, learn how to communicate their individual ideas within a team

Enhance mastery of academic subjects

Robotics enhances students’ knowledge of academic subjects (such as Mathematics and Science) by applying these to the solutions and prototype that they are developing

Foundational Robotics with Dash

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No. of modules (year) 12
Age group 5 – 6 years old
Course summary In this course, students will be introduced to the world of robotics programming using the Dash robot hardware. Lessons are carefully curated to familiarise students with the concept of programming, before applying it to challenges and missions for Dash.
Pre-requisite Pre-course quiz
Progression Engineering robotics with LEGO

Foundational Robotics with Dash

No. of modules (year)
12
Age group
5 – 6 years old
Course summary
In this course, students will be introduced to the world of robotics programming using the Dash robot hardware. Lessons are carefully curated to familiarise students with the concept of programming, before applying it to challenges and missions for Dash.
Pre-requisite
Pre-course quiz
Progression
Engineering robotics with LEGO
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Engineering Robotics with LEGO

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No. of modules (year) 12
Age group 7 – 9 years old
Course summary In this course, students will be introduced to the world of robotics designing using the LEGO robot hardware. With prior knowledge of robotics programming, Students are challenged to apply their knowledge in this course.
Pre-requisite Robotics aptitude test – Engineering
Progression Competitive Robotics with LEGO

Engineering Robotics with LEGO

No. of modules (year)
12
Age group
7 – 9 years old
Course summary
In this course, students will be introduced to the world of robotics designing using the LEGO robot hardware. With prior knowledge of robotics programming, Students are challenged to apply their knowledge in this course.
Pre-requisite
Robotics aptitude test – Engineering
Progression
Competitive Robotics with LEGO
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Competitive Robotics with LEGO

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No. of modules (year) 12
Age group 10 – 14 years old
Course summary The course is specially designed for students who are ready to dive in deeper into the world of robotics competition. Lessons are curated to encourage students to apply everything they have learnt in prior courses
Pre-requisite Robotics aptitude test – Competition
Progression Nil

Competitive Robotics with LEGO

No. of modules (year)
12
Age group
10 – 14 years old
Course summary
The course is specially designed for students who are ready to dive in deeper into the world of robotics competition. Lessons are curated to encourage students to apply everything they have learnt in prior courses
Pre-requisite
Robotics aptitude test – Competition
Progression
Nil
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