Pre-K and Kindergarten
At the stage of pre-school education, classes with Photon help develop visual-motor and manual coordination of student. Thus, they improve their spatial orientation. Students learn to plan, predict and understand event logic.
Using Photon during class teaches students how to work in a group, arouses their curiosity and engages emotions. Students absorb knowledge best when they are having fun and completely unaware that they are learning.
Photon requires no configuration and can be operated by any teacher without preparation. The basic functions do not require technical education, and the robot’s operation is simple and intuitive.
Photon’s construction is completely safe for students. No protruding cables, replaceable batteries or direct access to electronic circuits. Photon has all the required safety certificates and works even in the most difficult conditions.
Photon is compatible with most devices available in kindergarten, such as an interactive whiteboard. You can also use a tablet, computer and even a smartphone to operate it.
Students can program the path that the robot will take by drawing it with their finger on the screen. On the path, in selected places, students can determine how Photon should behave. This programming method teaches planning and developing spatial orientation.
Students can program using instructions in the form of symbols. Students create a path as instructed in the task. They will develop error detection, planning and prediction skills.
This application is dedicated to beginner (in programming) teachers. The application is combined with a ready-made base of scenarios adapted to specific age groups. Entering the code from the selected scenario gives access only to those functions that are needed for the given class. Photon EDU lets you create your own scripts.
This application is designed for teachers who already have programming experience. All functions are available without restrictions, so teachers can create their own scripts.
This desktop application allows you to program Photon using an interactive whiteboard. Students see the progress of work on a regular basis, which engages the whole group to actively participate in classes, while developing teamwork. Additionally, it enables programming of up to 8 robots from one device.