STEMROBO Technologies Announces Launch Of Online Virtual Classrooms Amid Coronavirus
The objective to start the online classes is to provide all the STEM learning facilities which students were getting in schools.
With the Coronavirus fear, the government has lockdown school, colleges and universities and has postponed all the board examinations of mostly all the states. With this, parents are quite concerned about their student’s education and thinking about the solutions about how they can bring innovative solutions at home as kids tend to not really have much to do amidst the crisis.
To bring the solutions for k-12 students, India’s Ed-tech startup STEMROBO Technologies working in the field of STEM education for K-12 students has announced that they have started providing online virtual cloud-based Learning Management Model through its Tinker learning platform for students without any cost. Through this initiative, students in class 4-12 can learn, program and experiment in the field of STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) at home.
The objective to start the online classes is to provide all the STEM learning facilities which students were getting in schools from Atal Tinkering Labs and also to maintain stability in their studies so that their flow won’t get a break by this amidst a crisis. The company has also decided to start the free webinars and lectures for the students by industry veterans from the USA, UK and Japan.
The company will closely work with more than 5,00,000 students and teachers to Nurture innovation and creativity at the K-12 level with the help of custom-designed patented DIY Kits, innovative pedagogy, content and methodologies which will be delivered by the team of 200 and above Innovation Engineers across India.
Anurag Gupta, Founder & Director, STEMROBO Technologies said, “In the light of ongoing COVID-19 crisis, parents are much concerned about their student’s learning and career growth. Since kids are lockdown at home, parents are looking for experiential learning-based solutions apart from their regular studies. We believe that our online Tinker Learning platform will allow students to learn under this uncertain situation and build a design thinking approach in STEM education amongst K-12 segment.”
“Students can take the services from the website where most of the information is available at (Do it yourself) DIY level and they can get personalized guidance from experienced engineers,” he added.
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