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How it works, how you train kids on Robotics online? ?

After registration for the course, our team will send the robotics kits to your home. Once you receive the kit we will set up time with your kid to the regular classes.

What is the difference between STEM, Coding and Robotics??

When we talk about STEM labs, lots of terms are used interchangeably (STEM, engineering, coding, computer science, robotics). All of these things interact but they are not same:


STEM (or STEAM) is Science, Technology, Engineering, (Art,) and Math. The idea behind STEM is that all of these things are interconnected and easily combined into one program. The biggest thing to consider when creating a STEM Lab is the goal for the space. You can have all of the aspects of STEM hold equal weight or have some parts support a main subject. What you put in that space will greatly depend on that goal.


Coding is how we tell computers what to do. There are different coding languages, such as, block-based coding, which is a way to introduce coding in a more manageable way before learning the text-based languages.


Robots are intended to do a job and operate on their own, while typically pure computer science involves an input of some kind and it does something in response to that input. Obviously, as you add sensors to robots, the line between these two get a little fuzzy. Not to mention that most robots in schools are used for learning to code.


Often you’ll see all of these things coexisting and interacting in a STEM Lab or Makerspace. They all blend together well within a STEM curriculum. Knowing the differences between STEM, Computer Science, coding, and robotics, however, can make it easier to define the goals for your school or classroom and help you create a more productive space for learning. In our course, kids learn the basics of coding and learn how to build Robots, design games, apps and animations.

What is STEM??

STEM is an approach to learning and development that integrates the areas of science, technology, engineering and mathematics. Through STEM, students develop key skills including:

• Problem solving

• Creativity

• Critical analysis

• Teamwork

• Independent thinking

• Initiative

• Communication

• Digital literacy

Why is STEM important?

The global economy is changing. Current jobs are disappearing due to automation and new jobs are emerging every day as a result of technological advances. The continual advances in technology are changing the way students learn, connect and interact every day. Skills developed by students through STEM provide them with the foundation to succeed at school and beyond. Employer demand for STEM qualifications and skills is high, and will continue to increase in the future. Currently, 75 per cent of jobs in the fastest growing industries require workers with STEM skills. To be competitive, the Australian workforce needs people who can adapt to a changing workplace.

My kid is too young, will he/she be able to understand the topics?

We at IncrediMinds/STEMCSLabs provide 1-1 training to students and our courses are designed for kids of the age group 7-14 and above. These sessions are taken by experienced trainers who drive students to give their best.

Why IncrediMinds/STEMCS Labs?

We have purposefully kept our sessions 1-1 so as to meet the kid’s leaning speed. Our close to 25 year experience in education helps understanding the kids better than anyone else. Our Team of IIT and IIM Alumni’s help preparing better curriculum and result oriented teaching planes.

Will Robotics/programming help my kids to perform better in academics?

Robotics/Coding improves kids’s concentration span by 75%. There is a significant increase in logical and abstract thinking. Also since Robotics is directly related to STEM, kids who learn to mke robot and code are more confident in STEM subjects.

What all topics are covered in the course?

Ans: Kids learn Mechanical concept to build robotics, lern about motors, sensors, on programming side they lean logic, sequence, structure, and algorithmic thinking. They learn the basics of Object-Oriented Programming.

What are the minimum requirements to take the course?

The classes are conducted online over the internet. The minimum requirements to take the classes are:

• Desktop/Laptop

• Webcam (Most laptops have webcams)

• High-Speed Internet connection

Do you have offline centres too?

Yes, We have a center in Gurgaon, plus we are in expansion mode so people will see more centers across India

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