Creating Our Future

Learning by Doing - STEM Education

Robophysics is a 21st century interdisciplinary methodology of teaching science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) and is complementary to the traditional teaching of STEM.

Robophysics developed with the support of Israel Technion Electrical Engineering Faculty.
The program grants participating students up to 26 academic points as part of the “Introduction to Electrical Engineering Project”.
The platform can be implemented starting from 5th-grade elementary school through to middle school, high school and university studies of science and engineering, as an annual curriculum for a six-year program.

Transform the learning experience​

Transform how educators and students of all ages learn, work, create, collaborate, and innovate together with RoboPhone OS – A Robophysics STEM Education.
Technion Electrical Engineering Faculty
Annual curriculum program
th Grade
To 12th Grade, and University

Problem solving approach

Today’s evolving technology requires a new way of learning skills for coping with challenges such as complex situations, new systems and problem-solving.
This change is reflected in the research-based content and learning methods that are facilitated in the Robophysics program.

Combined Fields

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 environment

The platform provides students with a team environment for designing, developing, and executing solutions for the different challenges offered by STEM fields.

It allows the Top-Bottom approach (approaching the problem from above) for solving problems and a Bottom-Up approach for designing and implementing the solution.

Team learn better, together

The students form a team with various responsibilities such as team leader, software engineer, hardware engineer, etc., in order to plan, design, and execute the solution. The team defines the hypothesis and then designs and builds a robotic system to acquire the data which is then analyzed. The team then uses this data to validate or contradict their hypothesis.

Interview with Student Biata Shindel on YouTube
Play Video

Focus on what really matters

The platform offers unprecedented flexibility and scale, opens new frontiers, and enables vast experiments in which the investigators can focus on the research itself, rather than on the development of expensive systems of measurement and data management.

Building Values

It’s about building values as part of a social agenda, imparting interpersonal communication capabilities to increase teamwork productivity, Acquire systemic thinking skills through project conceptualization, using simulations and emulations (building a system prototype).

Looking for more?