Exploring the world of Robotics
- To cultivate curiosity and excitement for learning
- To develop the ability and find resources to self-study
- To process information systematically and rationally
- To nurture creativity
- To gain attention, focus, control and resilience in the face of challenging tasks
- To encourage teamwork and communication skills
- To be able to bounce back from failure
- Interest and curiosity are the most basic motivations for learning. The art of education is to awaken the curiosity of the child so that they can pursue knowledge for themselves.
- Imagination is more important than knowledge; the attempt is more important than the outcome; cooperation is more important than ability; and happiness is more important than achievement.
- Growth is not only about the study of knowledge, but also about an interest in continuous learning and exploration.