RobotLAB Blog

Everything You Need To Know About Robotics in Businesses


Download 2019 Product Catalog Now

7 Benefits of STEM Education

By MATTHEW LYNCH

STEM 1

STEM education in the U.S. is increasing in popularity—more schools are implementing STEM learning into their curriculum and making it an integral part of what they teach. In this article, we will discuss the 7 benefits of STEM education.
Read more

The Power in STEM Internships

By Dan Matthews 

jeswin-thomas-wRdYnqXtyYk-unsplash-1Photo by Jeswin Thomas on Unsplash

As students move into science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) higher education, it’s important to understand their learning experiences need to be more diverse. STEM internships are a good tool in this regard. When students can make connections with industries, mentors, and practices this can boost the outcomes of their education in a variety of areas. As their course tutor, you have a role to play in facilitating and supporting these internships while they’re still at school.

We’re going to review why STEM internships can be a powerful tool, along with some of the ways you can help set your students on a positive path.

Read more

Teaching Data Visualization to STEM Students

By Devin Partida

mr-bochelly-IBKyH0V3rew-unsplash

There’s no denying that our world is becoming more data-driven, and trying to teach young students the importance of understanding critical information is more important than ever before.

Aside from building critical thinking skills, students can benefit from STEM topics (science, technology, math, and engineering), which rely heavily on data and analytics. Setting kids up for success early on in their academic careers is vital.

K-12 educators have their work cut out for them trying to teach their students about data visualization. Here’s why it’s important to teach young students and some tips for teachers who need to cover this in their classrooms.

Read more

Are Robots a Real Threat to Teachers in the Future?

By Tiffany Harper

Humanoid-Robots-NAO

People have long been fascinated by how robots work. And as technology is improving, it also offers new development opportunities for the robotics industry. There are already robots that are considered the future of logistics, while others are used to welcome and greet patients at many hospitals. 

But according to reliable services, robots could make their entry into the educational domain too. And this is because the field of artificial intelligence is so deeply intertwined with that of robotics. Even though many educators and teachers do not see this as a plausible option, recent studies and technological advancements contradict this view. 

The more the technology is advancing, the greater support it can offer to teachers and educators around the world. But can robots be good teachers? One can’t help but admit that human touch is always needed in the relationship between teachers and students. But can robots come with this human touch? Can they be great teachers? 

Read more

Importance Of Hands-On Experience During Academic Journey

By Stella Lincoln

kelly-sikkema-JRVxgAkzIsM-unsplashImage source by Unsplash

Why do companies mostly prefer experienced candidates over freshies? What do freshies lack that experienced candidates do not? This is what we call hands-on experience.

Education is not only about getting to know or having information about something. It's about experiencing a particular thing that you have learned. This is the reason universities and institutes often ask us to submit semester projects and final year projects so that we can practically apply what we have learned. Just like, e-learning is better than traditional learning, practical education is better than theoretical study.

In order to implement practical learning, the STEM education system is spreading all across the globe.

Read more

Why All Students Must Be Given Equal Access to STEM Classes

By Dan Matthews

Picture1-1Unsplash

Robust STEM education makes students more employable and equips them with the skills necessary to succeed in an ever-changing world. In addition, the US Bureau of Labor Statistics reports that those working in STEM fields earn an annual median salary of $89,780 - that’s $49,760 more than those working in non-STEM fields.

Read more

Relevant Posts

Popular Posts

Subscribe to Email Updates