Behavioral Skills Learned In Robotic Class For Kids Part One
While children must learn to develop talents and knowledge based on theory, we must also bear in mind that we must introduce them to behave within a society in the education of our children.
As we well know, from the earliest ages, children begin to develop different behaviors in relation to the experiences they have and the way we help them manage them.
Children get frustrated, cry, laugh, learn, and even make an effort or not depend on how we teach them, both at home and at school, to manage these feelings and deal with them.
We consider that the most critical behavior skills are the following:
Robotics allows children to build robots from their imagination. They must think about building them and making them work from creative thinking in the freedom of construction to the creativity they develop when thinking about different ways to solve a problem posed by educators.
This creativity, coupled with logical thinking, allows the child to see beyond a single path to reach their goal.
The behaviors that children have in workgroups first involve:
- Deciding a role.
- Making decisions.
They will learn how to respect each other and acquire a vision from different views of the same problem.
This behavior will be beneficial for their future in the work environment since the jobs and methodologies applied in innovative companies promote teamwork and projects.