Stem & Robotics

Our goal

At Interview101 we focus on training students at implementing the knowledge they gain. Our goal is to achieve  results not scores. Our students participate in multiple competitions on completion of course and we make sure they win.

STEM

STEM stands for Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics. STEM model is designed to impart the practical knowledge of science. The model contains a cumulated series of real life experiment bringing science alive. Some of the areas covered by STEM are Physics, biology, chemistry, computer science, robotics, nanotechnology, mathematics, micro biology and neural networks.  

ROBOTICS

Robotics is a branch of science that gives machines the capability to think, rationalize and act like humans. Robotics implements the theories of artificial intelligence. It uses the human intelligence to create a human like robot to simplify and reduce the work of humans. It deals with design, operation and construction of robots. These robots can be simple applications like picking and placing and object or can be computer application such as sensors or complex applications like fully grown human robot.

OUR COURSE

kINDER (AGES 4-6)

Engineering
Our students are provided a deep insight of LEGO models. The programming blocks used are simple drag and drop which enhances and simplifies their experience. Our students learn to construct functioning mechanical gadgets and put them to work by implementing Lego We Do 1.0 bricks and software.
Robotics
This module leads to creating small robots using the LEGO We Do 2.0 smart brick. The programming used here is also mainly drag and drop which makes it easy to program. Students also gain in depth knowledge about sensors, their use and how to induce them into the robots.
Machine Mechanics
Our students are lead towards the concepts of simple machines and how they function. The students are also given an exposure to hands on experience on gears, axels, wheels, levers and pulleys. These sessions also include observing, understanding and testing the different operations performed by simple and compound machines.
STEM
They are taught about simple and powered machines. They are also exposed to a self-exploration and learning process based on which they start modelling the physical behaviors of machines. Students learn, test and investigate mechanical engineering principles by exploring and solving tasks related to mechanical engineering as well as energy, balance, buoyancy and much more.
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STEM
Students will understand the phenomenon of power generation,powered machines and renewable energy systems.Students learn to understand and apply the concept of motion and its impact.
Hydraulics
Students explore kinetic and potential energy and how gas pressure is used in robotics. Further test, improve and redesign their models based on hydraulics to increase the efficiency of their model. The ability to design such models will further improve their knowledge base and skill set about Science Technology Engineering and Mathematics.
Machines
There are a variety of powered machines like tower cranes, dogbots, dragsters, etc. The students build and explore such machines all by themselves. Our students design, build and test their own models and note the observations. Followed by the results of the observation they work on the flaws and redesign the model functionality until they achieve their goal.
Model Building
In this Module our students learn to build a variety of vehicles by understanding the concept of motion and its impact. Which leads to creating small robots using the LEGO We Do 2.0 smart brick. The programming used here is also mainly drag and drop which makes it easy to program. Students also gain in depth knowledge about sensors, their use and how to induce them into the robots.
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Junior (ages 7-9)

Pre-teen (ages 10-13)

EV3 Mindstorms
LEGO® Technic™ are the pieces used to create dynamic projects using LEGO® Mindstorms™ EV3. Students need to enhance their design to make their robot act smarter than average machine.
Design Specifications
Students are exposed to features and mechanism of LEGO® Mindstorms™ EV3.Students are taught how to use them effectively in their design process. At this stage students learn to use sensors in their robotic applications. Learn to program the robot to follow their commands using units such as follow line, sense obstacle course, create decision units, loops, switches and feedback unit.
Automation
Logic and math blocks are added to this module to enhance the learning experience. The students are expected to follow a professional design process so that tasks can be performed precisely. Advanced robot design emphasizes on functioning robots with accessories, robotic arms, and perform complex tasks precisely.
Machine Learning
Students get an insight on Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning using python programming on Mindstorms EV3. Today’s world is awaiting a huge revolution by the invent of AI. This module can be a great way of introducing your child to the generation next.
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VEX IQ
Vex IQ is one of the emerging technologies. In this module our students are given an insight on the fundamentals of Vex IQ robotics. Students learn about different components of VEX IQ and sensors. Depending on which they will learn to design and construct different Vex robots capable of successful completion of tasks.
VEX EDR
Students will be introduced to the fundamentals of Vex EDR robotics, learning about different parts and sensors as well as learning how to use RobotC. They will then use this knowledge to create different Vex robots capable of successfully completing tasks.
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Teen (ages 14-17)

“Encourage your kids to think new, think big!”

STEM and Robotics are the entangled branches of science which lead from one to another. Both the field signify innovative ideas and bring them to life.

Competitions and Events

WE PREPARE STUDENTS TO PARTICIPATE IN WELL RENOWNED COMPETITIONS

FIRST LEGO LEAGUE

FIRST TECH CHALLENGE

FIRST ROBOTICS COMPETITION

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Individual Fee

STEM & Robotics
$ 2720 Per Year
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Clubbed Along

Stem & Robotics + Game Building + MAth Master
$ 2400 Per Year
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FAQ

Most frequent questions and answers

STEM & Robotics is usually recommended to students from the early age. Hence, it is introduced to child from the age of 6. There are different levels of the course for different age groups. If your child has questions related to everything he sees in his day to day life he is already starting to learn STEM & Robotics. The imaginations of your child can come to life by implementing simple science tricks at the camp. To ensure your child’s future success and career advancements it is better to sow the seeds of STEM at the tender age.

This course consists of the practical application of science and technology concepts. It clears the concepts in your child’s mind about the facts of science that are complicated to understand. 

The curriculum is designed to make the students think and explore, which makes learning the facts easy and fun. It involves of tests, quizzes, workshops, camps, small scale projects and assignments. It also includes teaching through the interactive means of digital content that makes the science interesting. Students will be brainstormed on how Robots can solve real world problems and they will be given a project to solve a problem by automating their small Robot. They will also learn how Robots are solving industrial and warehouse problems. Students also calibrate different sensors using math equations and incorporate them in Robot decision making.

The school curriculum is vast to give a practical example of each concept. whereas, here the child experiments and gains in depth knowledge of all the concepts.

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