Today, world is witnessing changes in everything.. the way people do things, the way life is changing, the way society is growing, the way world is closing in…..and in every part of the world. Therefore, it is necessary to prepare students to become next generation individual for the future.
It is becoming more and more evident that robots will play a big role in our future. Why we need robots? We need robots because we want to increase efficiency and improve our overall quality of life. Robotics is applied in medicine, transportation, manufacturing, space and ocean exploration and this is evident that robotics will rule the future.
Robots are defined as programmable machines or gadgets that can replace humans in performing a range of tasks by executing input commands. As the world looks forward to a future of fully-fledged artificial intelligence, you can expect these gadgets will soon have even more advanced features. . In fact, the pilot tests that have been carried out on a number of modern creations reinforce the message that robotic capabilities will closely resemble those of humans. We already are familiar with AI bots like Sofia, Siri, Alexa, Cortana, and Google Assistant.
Teaching robotics at school is necessary because technology is critical for innovation. In the first-place children find it a great fun. It channels competitive instincts in a positive way. It is an effective way to introduce programming to students. As programming tends to be too abstract, learning through robotics makes it easy for students to understand complexities of the science of robots. There’s no doubt that there will be a need for people to be involved in programming mechanical devices in the foreseeable future. The drone industry has taken off. Hence, knowledge of robotics provides skills useful in future employment. Studies have shown that robotics incorporates creativity and fun simultaneously. Hands-on learning activities enhance concentration and attention level.
TSA has incorporated the robotics in class curriculum. Trainers facilitate the learning process via fun activities using robotics tools.