Professional Engineers Series
After 12, children move into adolescence and as young adults begin to develop abstract thinking. They can use deductive reasoning and follow the Scientific method to test their hypotheses. At this stage, teens can think multiple potential solutions to problems and can be guided to apply the Engineering Design method. Starting from a reallife problem, they will identify constraints, research to gain background knowledge, design their own ideas and use the ENGINO® mechanical parts to develop a prototype which they can test, evaluate and modify. Professional Engineers are mature enough to learn complex coding techniques to program advanced robotic models.