KinderLab Robotics Announces New KIBO Guidebook to Enhance STEAM Education

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(Waltham, MA) August 28, 2018 – KinderLab Robotics today expanded its KIBO™ curriculum suite by introducing KIBO Activity Center Guidebook : Activities and Setup Recommendations for a KIBO Activity Center. This KIBO Activity Center Guidebook helps teachers create a robotics center.

This STEM-focused district hands out paychecks along with report cards

The Hechinger Report

A robot built by students to research endangered frogs in Lake Titicaca, in Peru, being tested in June, 2016, by Lindsey Hamblin (left), then a Skyline High School senior, and Callie Meyers, then a Skyline junior. STEM gives me challenges to think about.

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Sphero Makes a Big Acquisition in littleBits to Bring Hands-On STEAM Learning to Life

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Today, the robotic toymaker is following through by adding a big building block to its educational offerings. Additionally, Sphero says it has more than a thousand lessons and activities that are aligned to Common Core and other state academic standards for math and computer science.

Why do we group students by manufacture date?

User Generated Education

I have the privilege of working with 2nd through 6th graders in my gifted education classes and Kindergarten through 6th grade in my summer STEM and robotics camps. Academic standards used by almost all schools are based on the false and incorrect belief of the average student.

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FETC Future of Educational Technology… Orlando Florida… Please Join Me!

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First… I hope you enjoyed the over 150 STEM Resources in the last few posts. I also have also provided those over 150 STEM Resources. W021 | Making Makers Mainstream … Connecting Curriculum Standards and the 4C’s. I am so glad all of you enjoyed my over 150 STEM Resources.

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Making Is Great Because It’s Chaotic. But Not Everyone Is Looking for Chaos.

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That’s the first word that Anna Kwan, a K-5 STEM teacher at a public school in Aurora, Colo., For the educators in our research, making was no one particular type of activity—whether programming robots or folding paper into shapes or inventing a solution to a common problem. “Messy.”