AN EDUCATIONAL METHOD WITH TECHNOLOGY, PROGRAMMING AND ROBOTICS RESOURCES AND PROJECTS FOR YOUR STEAM LESSONS DAY TO DAY. FOR PRE-PRIMARY, PRIMARY AND SECONDARY SCHOOLING.
AN ED-TECH SOLUTION THAT MAKES IT POSSIBLE FOR ANY TEACHER AND SCHOOL TO TEACH CURRICULAR TECHNOLOGY, PROGRAMMING AND ROBOTICS COURSES.
STEAM SCHOOL IN-A-BOX METHODOLOGY
LEARNING BY DISCOVERY. LEARNING BY DOING.
Explore STEAM SCHOOL IN-A-BOX, an educational method with turnkey resources and teaching material that applies the project-based learning, adapted to the age of children and learning-by-discovery. Students learn by doing and work as a group.
The most cutting-edge STEAM education, achievable by teachers and schools.
A MODERN PEDAGOGY
The approach of teaching materials is pedagogical, not just technical.
Material resources for classroom activities have been created by teachers experts in Robotics for children.
Active and modern methodologies used: challenges, discovering, teamwork, learning-by-doing…
WE MAKE THE TEACHER’S LIFE EASIER
CLASSROOM MATERIALS TO BE FOLLOWED STEP BY STEP AT LESSONS
Teacher and students have a sequence of cumulative challenges to be followed, step by step, by the minute, at lessons.
You don’t need to know how to program to teach with that material.
THE TEACHER IS A PEDAGOGICAL DYNAMIZER, NOT JUST A TECHNOLOGICAL EXPERT
TEACHER’S MANUAL AND ADDITIONAL MATERIAL AS A SUPPORT TOOL
INCLUDING TRAINING AND SUPPORT
FUN AND EFFECTIVE FOR THE STUDENT
In STEAM SCHOOL IN-A-BOX classes, students ask questions, investigate, rehearse and test, make mistakes, explain to their classmates and learn. They are an active part of their learning process. And they also enjoy and have fun.
Sentences that summarize their experience:
“They teach you in a different way”.
“We handled all the stuff”.
“It´s satisfying when you see that something that you´ve built is working”.
Testimonials by Secondary students of the Jaby School after trying a Technology lesson based on the STEAM SCHOOL IN-A-BOX methodology.
AFFORDABLE FOR SCHOOLS AND FAMILIES
FAMILIES PAY FOR AN USEFUL EDUCATIONAL LICENSE AND CUT BACK ON TEXTBOOKS
Children access educational method with a license.
The method fills all the whole syllabus and makes the textbook unnecessary in Secondary Education.
MINIMUM INVESTMENT IN EQUIPMENT
Use of free software, simulators and hardware that greatly reduce the investment.
KITS AVAILABLES FOR FAMILIES
The method includes a kit with electronical components. These materials belong to children, like a drawing pad, a compass or a dictionary.
TECHNOLOGICAL YOUTH PASSPORT
TECHNOLOGICAL KNOWLEDGE OF STUDENTS CERTIFIED BY SEVERAL UNIVERSITIES AND CISCO NETWORKING ACADEMY SPAIN
Throughout the course students will take exams online accredited by the Advanced Polytechnic School of the CEU San Pablo University and by the Spanish subsidiary of Cisco Networking Academy.
A PROJECT FOR EACH EDUCATIONAL STAGE
FROM PRESCHOOL TO UPPER SECONDARY
From age 4 to 17.
AGE: 4 TO 7
If we introduce Maths and Literacy to children in pre-primary education, why do not we do it to Programming?
In the same way that a child from Preschool can approach Mathematics and Literacy through games, it is also possible that with four years he will master the basic structures of Programming and knows how to apply them to the creation of applications and to the handling of simple robots. An advantage that will accompany children throughout theirs school and professional life.
AGE: 7 TO 11
Children learn computer Programming and they’re also knowing the principles of Robotics, Electronics and Maths. Technologies used:Arduino & Scratch.
Instead of using purely playful video games children program games through which they learn Maths, both during the programming process and with the subsequent playing.
AGE: 12 TO 17
Includes advanced subjects such as Home Automation, IoT, security / anti-malware / anti-hacking, TCP/IP, communications, web, video games and Apps programming, etc.
It fills the BOE’s and the BOCM’s syllabus.
How many schools comply with the Robotics and Programming official mandatory curriculum? Does your school do it?
Would you allow something like that in the subjects of Maths, Language Literacy or Science?