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GNext is at the forefront of training our young generation students to become better problem solvers and prepare them for their future careers. Our comprehensive curriculum offers training, strengthening and testing of both theoretical and practical areas. Students achieve impeccable accuracy and speed in solving mathematical calculations while also applying the numerical knowledge to real world problems.GNext STEM Program: Piscataway students build robots
Enroll today in Robotics and Mental Math classes to enable your child to:
- Develop teamwork skills in an engineering design inquiry setting
- Build a strong connection to applied mathematics
- Strengthen critical thinking skills
- Develop strong communication skills while building a network of friends
- Build technological literacy through programming practice
GNext Education is offering a variety of robotics programs this year. These programs will explore the realms of science and technology with applied robotics. Students will learn to build Robots featuring working motors, sensors, gears, axle, pulleys and more. Robot construction is followed by writing programs. GNext introduces programming concepts in a simple, drag-and-drop manner to make the Robot move, react and make sounds to solve challenges. This great program inspires critical thinking, problem solving and creativity that ignite your child's skills in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics as well as language, literacy and social studies. For Example, every Model in the WeDo Kit has following objectives:
ScienceTrace the transmission of motion and transfer of energy through the machine. Identify the pulleys and belts and the slowing down mechanism at work in the model. Consider the needs of living animals.
TechnologyCreate a programmable model to demonstrate the knowledge and operation of digital tools and technological systems.
EngineeringBuild and test the alligator’s movement. Improve the alligator’s behavior by adding the motion sensor and programming sounds to coordinate with the movement.
MathematicsUnderstand how the distance between an object and the motion sensor is important to how the sensor functions. Understand and use numbers to represent the type of sounds played and the amount of time the motor turns on.
LanguagePrepare and deliver a demonstration about alligators using the alligator model. Use technology to create and communicate ideas. Communicate in spoken or written forms using the appropriate vocabulary.