Candor International School
announced at a press conference on March 14, 2012, its association with Learning Systems, Japan, to introduce Robotics Technology into science, art, mathematics and other subjects so that students become effective team players and able problem solvers. Mr. Masao Ishihara, President, Learning Systems, Japan and Mr. Renya Kikuchi, Chairman, Learning Systems, Japan, were present at the press conference along with Mr. Pradip K. Das, Principal of Candor International School.
Learning Systems Creative, Pvt. Ltd., with over 14 years of experience in primary, middle and high school curricula and in collaboration with leading institutions in US and Korea have centers in Singapore, Philippines, US and Korea.
Mr. Kikuchi, Chairman, Learning Systems, Japan said, “This is the first time we are partnering with an Indian institution. We look forward to this partnership and hope to prepare these young minds with the skills that are needed to make an impact for the 21st century. We are thankful to Candor for providing us this wonderful opportunity.” He also shared, “This Robotics Technology is crucial and is really going to help the middle school students in their cognitive growth and understanding of mathematical and scientific concepts.” He also mentioned that what students in Berkley University are doing, Candor Students are also doing.
Mr. Masao Ishihara, President, Learning Systems, Japan said, “Integration of robotics in school classes is not just a matter of students’ and teachers’ access to robotic technologies. Technology alone cannot affect students’ minds and cannot act directly on learning. Appropriate educational philosophy, curriculum, learning environment, teaching methodologies and well-trained teachers are important factors for the successful integration of robotics innovation in school classes.”