Discover the exciting world of robotics with BrainSTEM University’s comprehensive Robotics Program. Designed to cater to students from 1st to 12th grade, our program offers a unique learning experience tailored to each student’s skill level and interest.

At BrainSTEM, we pride ourselves on having the largest selection of robots compared to any other STEM program provider. This diverse range allows us to offer a wide spectrum of learning experiences – from screen-free coding for beginners to advanced robotics with sophisticated sensors for more experienced students.

Our program includes robots like the user-friendly Botley by Learning Resources for beginners, the versatile mBot by Makeblock for intermediate learners, and the compact Edison and the dynamic Sphero for advanced learners. These robots not only make learning fun and engaging but also provide a hands-on experience that fosters a deep understanding of robotics and coding.

By joining our robotics program, students become part of a nationwide community that participates in exciting robotics challenges and competitions. Our online platform further enhances the learning experience by offering rewards for students’ work, fostering a sense of achievement and encouraging continuous learning.

Embark on a robotics journey with BrainSTEM University and unlock a world of creativity, problem-solving, and technological exploration.

a vibrant display of various educational robots including the compact edison, the versatile mBot by Makeblock, the spherical Sphero, and the friendly Botley by Learning Resources symbolizing the diverse range of robotics learning opportunities offered

What’s Included

BrainSTEM is an all-in-one STEM program service. Once we receive your proposal, we will help you plan and launch your STEM program in as little as 30 days.

We provide

    • Robots
    • Programming mat and accessories
    • Materials for hands-on activities
    • Online platform with complete lesson plan and video lessons
    • Professional learning for your staff
    • Prizes and awards for students

Contact us to request a proposal

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Why teach robotics?

Promotes Interest in STEM 

Robotics is a fun and engaging way to introduce students to STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) fields. It can spark their interest and encourage them to pursue further studies and careers in these areas.

Develops Problem-Solving Skills

Building and programming robots requires students to solve complex problems. This can help develop their critical thinking and problem-solving skills, which are valuable in many areas of life.

Encourages Creativity

Robotics allows students to create and innovate. They can design their own robots and program them to perform various tasks, fostering their creativity and imagination.

Teaches Coding and Programming 

Robotics provides a hands-on way to learn coding and programming. These skills are increasingly important in today’s digital world and can open up many opportunities for students in the future.

Improves Teamwork

Robotics often involves working in teams to design, build, and program robots. This can help students develop their communication and collaboration skills.

Prepares for the Future

Many experts believe that robotics and automation will play a significant role in the future. By learning robotics, students can gain a better understanding of these technologies and be better prepared for the jobs of the future.

Enhances Persistence

Robotics can be challenging, and students will often face obstacles. This can teach them the value of persistence and resilience, as they learn to overcome difficulties and keep trying until they succeed.

Integrates Learning

Robotics integrates various fields of learning, including math, science, and technology. This can help students see the connections between different subjects and understand how they can be applied in real-world situations.

In conclusion, teaching robotics to K-12 students can provide them with valuable skills, foster their interest in STEM, and prepare them for the future.

Facts about Robotics

Industry Growth: The Robotics market in the United States is projected to grow by 3.86% from 2023 to 2028, resulting in a market volume of US$9.33 billion in 2028. The Industrial Robotics market is projected to grow by 2.51% during the same period, resulting in a market volume of US$715.60 million in 2028. The robotics industry is growing at a relatively fast rate, with a projected Compound Annual Growth Rate (CAGR) of 11.67% from 2019 through 2026.

Demographics: As of the latest data, 19% of robotics engineers are female and 81% are male. The most common ethnicity among robotics engineers is White, which makes up 62.0% of all robotics engineers. Comparatively, 17.9% of robotics engineers are Asian and 10.7% of robotics engineers are Hispanic or Latino.

Average Pay: The average pay for robotics engineers can vary widely depending on the specific role, level of experience, and location. Unfortunately, I was unable to find a specific average salary for robotics engineers in the United States at this time. However, the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) reports that the median pay for mechanical engineers, a category that includes robotics engineers, was $90,160 per year in 2020.

Problems They Solve: Robotics engineers work on designing, testing, and building robots that are used in a variety of settings, including manufacturing, healthcare, services, and entertainment. They solve problems related to automation, efficiency, safety, and technological innovation. For example, robots can perform tasks that are dangerous or difficult for humans, such as defusing bombs, exploring space, or working in harsh industrial environments.

Impact on Our World:

The impact of robotics on our world is significant and growing. Robots improve efficiency and productivity in many industries, from manufacturing to agriculture to healthcare. They can perform tasks more quickly, accurately, and consistently than humans, and they can work in environments that are dangerous or inaccessible to humans. Robots also have the potential to transform our daily lives, with applications ranging from autonomous vehicles to personal care robots.

Please note that these statistics are subject to change as new data becomes available and as the robotics industry continues to evolve.