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BeeBop –based on the Beebop floor robot–free. C-STEM Studio –download to teach computers, science, technology, engineering and math with robotics. Google Computer Science for High School –free workshops (with application) for K-12 teachers. Hummingbird Robotics. Robotics.

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It’s] imperative that schools lead the way, not just in offering stronger STEM programming, but in advocating for it with the community and championing it with students — especially at the K–12 level, where they are first exposed to it,” Ryan Petersen writes for EdTech. MORE FROM EDTECH: Check out how K–12 schools can make the most of their education technology investments! Robotics kits: Products like the Sony KOOV and HamiltonBuhl’s HB Invent! Google+.

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Edtech programs that mirror video games were also brought in, building student confidence as learners won badges and advanced through the levels of the adaptive programs. PILOT PROGRAM OFFERS FREE ROBOTICS TEACHING RESOURCES Sony is offering a pilot program through which educators will be provided multiple KOOV kits, free of cost, along with one hour of training with the KOOV team and four weeks to experience KOOV firsthand.

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” Related: Safiya Umoja Noble’s new book Algorithms of Oppression: How Search Engines Reinforce Racism is out soon, and it seems like a “must read” for teachers, particularly those who tout their special “Google Certified Educator” badges. Robots and Other Education Science Fiction. “ Teaching assistant robots will reinvent academia,” Times Higher Education claims. ” Via Nesta : “ What is the evidence for edtech ?”

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Via Vice : “ Google Docs Is Randomly Flagging Files for Violating Its Terms of Service.” Robots and Other Ed-Tech SF. Via Techcrunch : “Sony reboots Aibo with AI and extra kawaii.” ” The $1700 robot dog also requires a subscription plan. Robot stories are also Betteridge’s Law of Headlines stories, wouldn’t you know it? The robotics company, formerly known as play-i, has raised $78.34

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