Call it continuous improvement or building a better mousetrap. Businesses thrive on innovation. How will your child learn to generate new ideas? Through open-ended assignments without any instructions. Engineering projects using the design-thinking process pioneered at Stanford.
How will your child learn to generate new ideas? Master teachers who ask relentless questions until she finds her own solutions. Tech tools to practice coding, making movies, and programming robots. A maker space that allows her to take an idea and turn it into a prototype. We give students real-world problems like designing a network of sensors to detect tsunamis in the Indian Ocean or using 3D printers to make models that can substitute for parts of the human body.
At ROBS, we know that while innovating can be risky, not innovating is the biggest risk of all.