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Robotics and Medicine

Let's together start our learning with Cho to find out interesting things about the exciting world of robots!

Age Group

11 - 14

Grade Level: 

6 - 8

Total Hours

15 hours

Course Modules

• Your World of Robots • Robot Hand (HO) • Cho as a Robotic Engineer • Cho as a Design Engineer • You Should Know • WiggleBot (HO) • Cho as a Nuclear Medicine Technologist • Cho wants to be a Telemedicine Physician • Robots• Future of Healthcare • Banana Sutures • Cho wants to be a Robot Operator • DIY Robot Muscle • Cho as a Functional Medicine Practitioner • DIY Drawing Robot • Building BrushBot

Learning Outcomes

• Gain knowledge about different career options related to robotics and technology. • Understand the basic concepts and components of robots. • Learn about the duties, skills, and educational requirements of various engineering and healthcare professions. • Explore the applications of robots in different industries, such as healthcare, manufacturing, and agriculture. • Acquire Hands-on experience through engaging activities and projects, such as building a robot hand or drawing robot. • Develop an awareness of the future trends and advancements in robotics and its impact on society


• Basic Mathematics knowledge required

Course Elements

• Quizzes • Video Quests • Video Scenarios • Hands-on Activities • Downloadables • Videos

Course Overview

Have you ever thought that your work is being done by some robots? But wait, what are robots? The science of robots is very interesting. It makes your life and work easier.

This course includes:

4 Quizzes
5 Video Quests
4 Video Scenarios
5 Hands-on Activities
3 Downloadables

Related careers:

Robotic Engineer
Design Engineer
Telemedicine Physician

Skills you will gain:

Thinking skills
Cognitive skills
Observation skills

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Client Reviews

My son absolutely loved the Your World of Robots course! He was fascinated by the different career options and the handson activities were a big hit. He's now talking about becoming a robotic engineer someday. Thanks, Cho, for inspiring him! Melissa L.

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