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Who we Are...
  Storming Robots provides year-round robotics engineering and technology education for talented youth from Grades 4 to 12.  We offer engineering challenges that are not commonly present at grade-school levels.  Our high school programs  deliver college level challenges.  Through the engineering process, students are engaged in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics with hands-on, application-based  robotics projects.  They build robots from scratch,  and automate them with true programming language.  

We create a learning environment instilling the life learning - humility, perseverance, making appreciation of challenge infectious.

Mission Statement:

Fueling, Reinforcing habitual and autonomous learning via hands-on robotics and technology fun.  Build a generation competitive in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics.

 

Vision:

Creating a generation of  "outside-the-box", analytical and computational thinkers.

By starting today's students to robotics hands-on technology early on will prepare their ability to deal with complex problems in either technology or various life experience in their future... No matter whether these students may become from engineers like roboticists, to other  professionals like doctors, lawyers,  schoolteachers. 

 
Testimonials from Parents...
Many students continue with Storming Robots until they graduate to college.

Here is a link to some feedback from parents. 

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Meet our staff
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education-centric

SR's Programs Model aims to capitalize creativity with engineering disciplines. We provide application-based learning structure which encourages continuous “Outside The Box Thinking”. It aims to increase students’ propensity for the transition to colleges and stay competitive in the career which they choose.  Programs offer continuous learning progression from Grade 4 to 12, with  sets of learning trajectories to support between levels.  

Combining our in-house expertise, we utilize curriculum designed by renowned robotics institutions, such as the Robotics Academy at the Carnegie Mellon University, the Robotics Educator Projects by NASA, Tufts University, and numerous other enthusiastic robotics communities.

 
Why robotics is so valuable...

Robotics is inherently multi-disciplinary.  Not only it covers S.T.E.M., it also extends in the realm of invaluable skills such as communication, research, project management, writing, strategic  and analytical thinking.

Read more about why robotics is such an invaluable curriculum.

 

  

 
learning tools
A joint effort from MIT, Tufts University, and LEGO has brought the intriguing world of robotics technology to our children.

We choose  the awarding winning LEGO® MINDSTORMTM  Robotics Technology, as well as Open platform like Arduino. Programming environment ranges from GUI-platform to text-based programming language. 

We continuously evaluate great various learning tools for different levels of interests.  This will extend our programming environment to C, C++, Java, and possibly other industrial software gives your children a head start.

 
working with G&T...

We strongly believe in allowing children to work with peers with similar intellectual caliber in order to maximize the learning experiences.  Along with proven strong curriculum obtained from the CMU's Robotics Academy and other resources,  all projects conducted onsite are further enhanced with advanced challenge in order to stretch students to their full potential.

In our weekly roboclub technology club, grouping is ability-based, instead of grades-based. 
 
Resources

Storming Robots utilizes from quite a few online resources. The following lists our major resources.

The LEGO(R) Engineering by the Center of Engineering Educational OutReach program from the Tufts University.

The Robotics Academy (Carnegie Mellon U.)

The National Robotics Engineering Consortium maintained by Carnegie Mellon University offers curriculum and activities for teaching robotics.

Technology Interactions 2003: Teacher Resource Guide by Henry R. Harms and Neal R. Swernofsky (Glencoe/ McGraw-Hill)

This is the resource guide to Technology Interactions, which contains teacher support materials for implementing this curriculum in the classroom.

The TECHKnow Project: High School: Student Edition 2 by Technology Student Association (TSA) (Centre Pointe Learning)
The TECHKnow curriculum was written for technology teachers and their classroom.

Technology and Engineering Curriculum Review.
Online resources for science educators by the Museum of Science in Boston.

Engineering Books Resource
College House Enterprises is small publisher dedicated to providing high-quality, reasonably priced textbooks that stress the importance of design in engineering and  robotics using LEGO microcontrollers. The content is based on successful practices in teaching engineering design and robotic development

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