Our Curriculum

Designed by educators to ignite curiosity, build 21st century skills, and inspire real-world connections.

Innovative STEAM Experiences

Using diverse approaches that boost learner engagement, EcoRobotik’s Coaches have guided over 2,500 students in STEAM classes and competitions


Project-based learning

No long lectures or pages of note-taking! In Project-Based Learning (PBL), students actively gain knowledge and skills by working together to solve an authentic, real-world problem.

Project-Based Learning helps students:

Spark curiosity and generate questions

Build teamwork, communication, and other 21st century skills

Reflect and make revisions to solve a challenge


Design thinking

Unlike PBL, Design Thinking asks students to define the real-world problem instead of the instructor. Students move through five non-linear stages where they’ll research, prototype, and test potential solutions while identifying alternative strategies.

Design Thinking helps students:

Adapt and respond to new and difficult challenges

Create innovative solutions with greater confidence

Empathize with the needs of others



Know someone who loves video games? Gamification uses elements of game design in the classroom that make learning more fun. Think points, timers, leaderboards, and rewards!

Gamification helps students:

Increase motivation

Improve focus

Retain more of what they learn

Learning Outcomes

Our programs integrate robotics, sustainability, and servant leadership


Students will be able to:

Describe the history of robots and compare them to modern technologies.

Identify the main components of a robot.

Use coding and programming skills to build a working robot.

Design and prototype a robot using high-tech and sustainable materials.

Discover how robots react to their environment.


Students will be able to:

Define sustainability and identify major environmental challenges.

Describe how industries use technology to positively impact our environment.

Recognize the impact of their personal actions on climate change, consumption, and resource depletion.

Learn how to apply sustainability principles outside the classroom.

Servant Leadership

Students will be able to:

Recognize their own strengths, weaknesses, and personalities.

Listen to and value different perspectives and ideas.

Understand how communication, empathy, awareness.

Frequently asked questions

Who participates in the EcoRobotik 2023 Soccer Robotic Challenge in December 2023?

Students from grades 4-12 may participate. Only adults, parents, teachers, or school administrators can register participants.

What is the format of the EcoRobotik 2023 soccer robotic Challenge?

Ecorobotik’s experienced Coaches will guide students and their teammates through an interactive and practical learning process via Zoom. The full challenge will last 10 days in total and be spread between October and December.

Learn more about the 2023 Soccer Robotic Challenge here.

How much experience do students need to participate?

No experience is required! There are three different categories in which students can participate. They will be placed in the appropriate category according to their grade and prior experience level.

How are participants classified?

Rookie: Grades 4 to 8

Intermediate: Grades 9 to 12

Masters: College

Experience with Legos, school electrical projects, and programming may also be considered to determine a participant’s classification.

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