The ENGINO® curriculum targets all levels of education, starting from Preschool all the way up to Higher education! Preschool curriculum contains a variety of themes. As the students grow older, they are gradually introduced to the principles of STEM -Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics- and Robotics, following the spiral method learning system. This approach enables students to engage with most of the STEM subjects even from early on, with every learning cycle digging deeper into the underlining educational principles. Students are stimulated with interesting facts and are encouraged to build upon previously obtained knowledge.
Learn how to program a robot and experiment with programmable electronics.
Levers & Linkages
Discover how levers are used to increase the force and how linkages can be applied to various machines.
Wheels, Axles &
Find out how wheels and axles are used to move objects and how an inclined plane can be used to lift objects.
Explore how pulley drives can be used to transfer force and how they can increase force or speed at amazing levels.
Cams & Cranks
Discover how cams and cranks mechanisms are crucial elements of many machines.
Gears & Worm drives
Examine how gears can easily reduce or increase speed, change force or transfer motion from one position to another.
Structures, Buildings & Bridges
Learn how to build rigid constructions and experiment with different types of bridges.
Discover Newton’s laws of motion and find out the properties of energy.
The sun can provide energy for all of our needs, however, we need to convert it to a useful form.
The STEM and Robotics Curriculum is divided into four sections
STEM & Robotics Handbook, ENGINO® Lesson Plans, KEIRO™ Software Manual and Models Library
Educators can easily follow the Lesson Plans to carry out the experiments and also refer to the Handbook for more detailed explanations of the different scientific principles applied. Teachers are guided to engage students in STEM and Robotics principles in a fun, exciting and interesting way.
STEM & Robotics Handbook
• Theoretical background
• Interesting facts
• Real-life applications
• Mathematical Formulas
Lesson Plans• Teacher’s guidelines
• Learning objectives
• Building process
• Experimental procedure
• Exercises and activities
• Open project ideas
KEIRO™ Software Manual
• Controller and Peripherals
• Methods of Programming
• Interface and action blocks
• Connectivity options
• Code examples
• Experimental models
• Printable building instructions
• 3D building instructions