Better Classroom management with Robotics.
By Michael Mathiesen

As technology and science advance at a brisk pace, tremendous pressure builds on classrooms to integrate STEM and 21st-century skills, such as adaptability, initiative, and collaboration. Adding robotics into the curriculum can be a manageable first step toward teaching students forms of STEM while practising evolving skills in exciting and effective ways.

Here are the 7 benefits of Robotics that leads to better classroom management.

1. Improves standardization of process workflow.
2. Reduce reliance on multiple systems.
3. Create a frictionless, straight-through process
4. Develops proficiency and fluency with the tools of technology.
5. Builds cross-cultural connections and relationships with others to pose and solve problems collaboratively and strengthen independent thought.
6. Better manage the repeatable task.
7. Hands-On Learning Is Fun Learning

Assistive technology is growing, and the abilities it provides to special education students are limitless. Robotic technologies offer a range of possibilities within education, with a helpful solution for every student's learning needs. As the technological world unveils innovations daily, the educational world will continue to benefit from the opportunities offered with these ground-breaking tools.

Robotics when applied to education changes the way students learn and ultimately create a more knowledgeable and well-adjusted learning environment.

Michael Mathiesen
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Michael Mathiesen is an experienced Board Member, investor/VC, and entrepreneur with more than 400 international, hands on, investments, strategic trade sales and IPOs. He has worked in Scandinavia, UK, US, Canada, Russia, China and West Africa.

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