Knock-kneed Robot

Product Code
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17679
Brand / Origin
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Stemist Box
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4
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55.00 TL
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  • What children will design their own mini walking robots is a product development experience that will enable them to perform product design and prototyping that awakens their sense of curiosity based on business unity. The engine consists of plastic feet, metal legs, wooden body and objects from the 3D printer. Using "Electronic and Maker knowledge" "praise" becomes a frantic walking robotic.

    Acquisitions

    Development of production skills
    Development of mathematical thinking skills
    Problem solving with project based learning
    Development of algorithmic thinking skills
    Hand skills and psychomotor development
    Development of design skills
    Computational skills
    Hand and eye coordination develops.
    "I can do it, too." Building empathy, not producing, consuming, producing individuals.


    EXPERIMENTAL OUTCOMES

    At the end of the experience, the children will play with the "Paying Robots" they produce.
    Our product is not industrial. Problem solving is among our ultimate goals. We aim to find a solution to the problem and to try to repair it when the paying robots are broken. We want the bars to check the bar when there is inactivity.
    We used wood and 3D printing as the main body when we arrived. We want our students to make different "Paying Robots" using different materials by differentiating, hacking and paying robots. We want to experience "Paying Robots" with books, pencils, pet bottles and different tools.
    By using other materials instead of a wooden body, we want the robot to observe the working condition. By doing - we live and experiment by acting on the principle of learning persistence. E.g; we want to see the movement of the student who is experienced with pencil opening and to connect the result.
    We are people who are problem-minded, and we want our students to tackle problem solving in the parent / mentor relationship in order to solve problems in our products.

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