Virtual Robotics: The Essential Addition To School Curricula

Are your students learning the old school way and are they bored while they’re in class? Do you struggle with keeping them engaged and excited about the educational material? It’s time to modify your curriculum.

In today’s fast-paced era, school courses need to evolve along with the job market. Were YouTubers around 20 years ago? Could you make money by streaming on Twitch back when you were a kid? I don’t think so, but now these opportunities are a reality.

When you look back on your school and university days, do you think the subjects you learned have been helpful in your day-to-day life now? Were you taught how to code or even how to use a computer? Were you taught the purpose of algebra and matrices in the real world?

Imagine if you knew all these at school, how meaningful and enjoyable your past learning experiences would have been! That’s why it’s important to ensure your child’s education is relevant to future goals.

Virtual robotics, and more specifically, The Virtual Robotics Toolkit (VRT) is here to prepare communities for the future of work. This software encourages early STEAM learning by offering students the freedom to discover new knowledge and explore their own artistic visions, free from the restrictions of a syllabus; this freedom enables them to explore different career paths at an early age and unleash their creativity by integrating programming and analytical skills. COVID-19 made it difficult to teach on campus, but what makes a digital solution like VRT great is that it doesn’t require students and teachers to be together physically.

Using this platform, children can study at their own pace and cultivate teamwork skills without a classroom. In addition, VRT is unique because it helps students gain cross-cultural teamwork experience, which means they can interact with other students from all over the world by taking part in competitions and projects. VRT makes math and programming fun, unlike traditional classrooms, where students yawn at boring Computer Science lectures.  

“If you are raising your children the way you were being raised, then you are preparing them for a world that no longer exists.”

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