STEM learning with intelligent robots

Teach high school computer science and programming with avatars and robots

RoboSteps is a dynamic, ground-breaking curriculum that uses action-driven robots, avatars and animation to engage students in STEM courses and teach computer science, programming and robotics. RoboSteps challenges students’ cognitive and reasoning skills with real world scientific concepts and application.

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The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics states that STEM fields expect to add 2.7 million new jobs by 2018. To help prepare future STEM workers, RoboSteps offers an innovative curriculum that attracts and recruits a diverse range of students to STEM instruction by engaging them in real world programing from their first very lesson. Hands-on activity based pedagogy personally engages students, challenges their cognitive and reasoning skills and provides real world scientific concepts and applications.


The RoboSteps curriculum includes easy-to-access electronic books for both students and teachers. These include comprehensive lesson plans, in-class and lab project based activities, individual and group projects and weekly planners. The eBooks reinforce important STEM ideas (including 5E format) and concepts that shape the field of computer science.


As students master computer science coursework, they are immersed in real-world computing, bringing the humanoid robot to life, programming its physical movement and emotional responses. The humanoid robot reacts to the student’s program and each virtual avatar robot mirrors the humanoid robot online.


RoboKind robots are the most lifelike robots in the world—they walk, talk, teach think and play. They have unique skin material that allows unbelievably realistic simulating of more than 32 human facial muscles. Advanced artificial intelligence software allows our robots to carry on conversations, deliver education curricula and entertain. Equipped with an HD camera, our robots see people, objects, motions, facial expressions and gestures. An internal computer runs his movement, intelligence and teaching programs. Microphones listen, speak and record. Sensors detect touch, faces and motion

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View our brochure to learn more about how the RoboSteps computer science courseware helps bridge the STEM gap and shape the future of computer science education. View Brochure

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