Welcome to the Robotix Blog!

This Blog aims to provide resources, research, information and global events in the STEM, Robotics & coding fields.

We are excited about sharing and exchanging ideas about learning & education.

We hope Parents, educators & those interested in K12 STEM education will find these articles interesting.

Our mission is to make the next generation of children "Future Ready"

Is Screen Time bad for pre school kids upto age 5 ?

It all adds up. Cartoon on mobile at lunch, watching on a tab in the car, watching TV at dinner, just before bed and the list goes on. The American Academy of Pediatrics recommends that children of pre-school age should’nt have more than one hour of screen time per day. But the reality is that children learn to use screen technology before they can walk, talk or read. Research suggests that too much screen time is harmful for kids. From warnings about eye sight damage to negative shifts in brain connectivity, many parents are struggling to find a solution, especially when their child is showing signs of screen addiction.  Chris Smith | Know Techie | September 12, 2018

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Did you know that the mood of your child is hidden in what he/she draws ?

We came across this interesting article in a Turkish magazine in May 2019 and thought we must share this with our readers. We hope you enjoy this article and we trust you will find it useful. Team @ BVM Blog THE MOOD OF YOUR CHILD IS HIDDEN IN WHAT SHE/ HE DRAWS: Children#s drawings are not as simple as they seem; what lies beneath the subconscious may surface through symbols in their drawings.

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Chennai-Based Sisters Build Futures of Orphaned Girls.

The Annai Ashram is an orphanage for girls in KK Nagar, Trichy that has changed completely thanks to the Robotix Learning Solutions. The Robotix Learning Solutions is an organization founded by sisters Aditi Prasad and Deepti Rao Suchindran. According to them, the number of women in STEM fields is small when compared to the men. Their goal is to teach programming to young girls, who, they hope, will grow up to establish careers in STEM. They teach the girls (between the ages of 6 and 12) of the Annai Ashram coding for free once a week every week throughout the year. They call this program “Indian Girls Code”.

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Its 2030, you drive your autonomous Electric Tesla car into the driveway, open your house door with voice control and walk in to spend the evening with your family. You know your kids are home because you got a notification on your smartphone from your personal home robot. But wait, your fridge has sent your phone a notification that you’re out of eggs and milk! “Hey Alexa! We need eggs and milk by tonight!” PING, the doorbell rings, 1 hour later, Amazon delivers your order to your doorstep. After dinner, which was cooked in your super smart oven that knows exactly how you like your pizza, your family spends the evening playing augmented reality games (which by the way can teach your kids too, but they still prefer to play!)

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Phiro set to join Arduino and Maker Communities! We are super excited to share this exciting & paradigm-shifting news about Arduino, Phiro robots and Pocket Code mobile apps on smartphones. For the first time in the world a Phiro robot and Arduino board can be programmed and controlled wirelessly via Bluetooth, BOTH SIMULTANEOUSLY using the

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