Welcome to Robophysics
An innovative interdisciplinary platform
for High-level Education.
Based on RoboPhone OS
Creating Our Future
Robophysics is a 21st-century interdisciplinary methodology of teaching science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) and is complementary to the traditional teaching of STEM.
Today’s evolving technology and way of life require a modern way of learning skills and abilities for coping with challenges, complex situations, new systems, and problem-solving.
This change is reflected in research-based content and learning methods that are facilitated in the Robophysics program.
Learning by Doing - STEM Education
An innovative STEM (science, technology, engineering, and mathematics) education methodology.
Suitable for pupils of all ages, starting from Elementary school (5th grade and up), through Middle school and high school all the way up to science and engineering students at prestigious faculties in the academic institutions.
Robophysics – Challenging, low-cost, hands-on, and most of all – fun.
RoboPhone – an Operating System that makes learning interactive and fun.
No coding knowledge
Perfect for young students just starting out up to academic researchers of science and engineering.
Imagination for any integration
The list of potential applications is endless and limited by the creative imagination of the teacher and of the students.
Learn how connected devices integrated with RoboPhone OS
Based on mobile, available & affordable assemblies
Implementation of the Robophysics method is carried out by supporting technology that we developed for the special needs described as “RoboPhone”.
A digital approach to Educate with a graphical user interface (GUI).
Drag and drop visual objects to create a flow that can run on mobile devices.
RoboPhone technology allows input from a wide range of sensors placed on the robot (such as proximity, cameras) or the smartphone (virtual sensors, gyroscope, accelerometer and gravity).
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Every student deserves the chance
to explore, advance, and succeed
Experience the whole range of STEM education: hypothesis, design, software development, execution, data analysis, and conclusions.
The students can design and execute projects that combine fields ranging from robotics, physics, software, electrical and mechanical engineering to medicine, environmental studies and more.
“Learning by doing:Stem Education”, Focus magazine June 2015
Best paper award Certification, by EAEEIE for the year of 2015
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Frequently asked questions
Most frequent questions and answers
Who is the program for?
Robophysics is suitable for pupils starting from Elementary school (5th grade and up), through Middle school and high school all the way up to science and engineering students at prestigious faculties in the academic institutions.
How long is the program planned for?
RoboPhysics is planned a six-year program. Starting from the 7th grade until the 12th. However, shorter programs can be designed and adjusted according to educational requirements.
Do teachers need special training?
Yes. Teachers need to be trained on the RoboPhysics methodology. The RoboPhysics team will train the teachers and provide curriculums, on-site and ongoing support to the teachers involved in the program. Training teachers usually take 30 hours and in many countries אhe studies are recognized as official training.
What is RoboPhone?
RoboPhone is an IoT technology that supports the Robophysics methodology. RoboPhone technology allows input from a wide range of sensors placed on the robot (such as proximity, cameras) or the smartphone (virtual sensors, gyroscope, accelerometer and gravity). The student can select which sensors will be used to gather data (according to the designed experiment,) the output format (to a file, display on the robot or smartphone) and how the data will be analyzed.