The robot can be used at every level of education, from kindergarten, all the way to 12th grade. Teach core competencies or expand your lessons about planets and the solar system by taking the robot for a walk in space; take it onto a meadow to learn about plants and bees; take it into a city to talk about road safety. The robot can be used to introduce colors, animals, or geometrical figures, or even to explain the concept of sustainable energy. Photon is also great for carrying out games aimed at consolidating mathematical operations and memorizing numbers. With the robot’s help, students can match the result to an operation or decide whether the result is correct or not.
A Universal Didactic Tool Expanding Scientific Minds
Photon Robot helps teachers during everyday school activities. It’s simple to operate thanks to its intuitive mobile and desktop apps. The robot sparks students’ innate curiosity and engages their emotions, keeping them absorbed during every lesson.
The robot can move with an accuracy of 0.5 in and turn around its axis with an accuracy of 5 degrees, which makes it a great tool for introducing concepts of measuring angles and geometric figures. Furthermore, by using an attachable permanent marker grip, you can draw any geometrical figure. This creates many opportunities to carry out experiment-based activities on measuring or unit conversion.