KIBO, our developmentally appropriate robot kit, is based on more than 15 years of child development and learning technologies research. So as you can imagine, the team here at KinderLab Robotics is sitting on a wealth of ed tech, child development and early education knowledge.
We’ve so enjoyed sharing our expertise on the blog, over social media, at events, and at our professional development trainings, but we want to do more! CEO and co-founder Mitch Rosenberg will be hosting a FREE interactive webinar for any educators and program coordinators committed to K-2 education.
Introducing STEM to the classroom isn’t easy – we know that. In this webinar, we’ll equip you with the confidence and the tools to get it right. Through real-life examples, hands-on experience and credited research, this webinar will show you where to start, how to get funding, what NOT to do and so much more.
Not to mention, all registrants will receive a copy of our KIBO curriculum, used by educators across the USA, absolutely free of charge (value $35).
Interested? We hope so! Get in touch with any questions.
Being based in Massachusetts has loads of benefits. Certainly not the least of which is all of the great tech events surrounding us. Last week, KIBO ‘took curiosity to the next level’ at the 2015 Cambridge Science Festival.
The week-long event is the first of its kind in the U.S. and brings together many STEM leaders. Its aim is to make STEM accessible, interactive and fun for all ages – a mission we share over here at KinderLab Robotics.
We were thrilled our developmentally appropriate robot kit could be a part of it. KIBO was available for open-ended play during Digital Play Day – held at the MIT Museum.
It was a fantastic day. We connected with nearly 200 ed tech enthusiasts, children, parents and teachers and saw a lot of excitement for programming, robotics and technology in early education.
Check out some pictures, below! Do get in touch if you’d to feature KIBO at your own event: [email protected].