Have you ever wanted to make a difference in a child’s life? Have you ever sat there and said I want to see the light bulb go off in that classroom so that my students are not only engaged but understand the concepts that I am teaching?
In an era of the digital world, how can you engage your students to focus on learning effectively? Consider these facts. Fifty percent of the brain is active during visual processing, in fact, ninety percent of the information transmitted to the brain is visual. It’s no wonder the phrase “A picture paints a thousand words” can be so accurately applied to human beings. Did you know that any one individual can process visual scenes up to sixty times faster than text? Statistics show that approximately only twenty percent of people remember what they read. Proving that our ability to quickly interpret visual information is far greater than that of written words so how does your teaching stand among the crowd? we believe the way to reach the hearts and minds of the students is through Augmented reality making complex information easy to understand. This method carefully balances the use of text, voice and visual illustration to vividly teach the concepts. It is far more engaging than traditional engaging method and it has the potential to make the student want more.
We at Baudhayana, are committed to redefining quality learning using the 3D immersive experience like virtual reality and augmented reality. The course is designed to bring out the most effective, detailed crafting of real-time experience that can be applied and used creatively.
We invite you to follow your dreams of every student to be engaged and to be able to change the learning environment into an interactive adventure that no one else can provide. We invite you to contact us and find out more about how you can make the light bulb go off in every one of your classrooms through our robotics program. Which lays the foundation for basic concepts of physics, mathematics, electronics and finally closing with robot building competition.
The Training Is a Two-Day Program which includes:Day 1: Laying foundation for robot development and basic concepts of science
Day 2: Designing and building robot to perform specific task