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Posted By KinderLab Robotics On September 12, 2018

Tech & Learning: KinderLab Robotics Announces New KIBO Guidebook

In this article, Tech & Learning covers the new KIBO Activity Center Guidebook and the lesson plans included to help educators create an activity center or maker space when working with KIBO Robotics.

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THE Journal: KinderLab Launches Curriculum Guide for Self-Directed Robotics Activities

In this article, THE Journal discusses the new Activity Center Guidebook and what it can offer educators looking to make an activity center or maker space when working with KIBO Robotics. Read on for the full article.

Posted By KinderLab Robotics On September 2, 2018

Getting Smart: 4 Ways to Ignite Your School’s Makerspace

In this Getting Smart Article, “4 Ways to Ignite Your School’s Makerspace”, Todd Burleson discusses transforming a library into an IDEA (Innovation, Design, Engineering, and Art) Lab to keep children’s passion for learning and creating (including KIBO)! In the article, Todd shares 4 ways for other educators interested in turning their own library into an Read More

Posted By christina On August 28, 2018

Report Consultant: Global Cognitive Robotics Market

This new report presents a comprehensive assessment of the global Cognitive Robotics market. The report, titled “Global Cognitive Robotics Market” shares key trends and important market factors in the robotics industry. Findings include: – The growing Cognitive Robotics market is likely to boost the global market substantially over the forthcoming years. – This market is Read More

Posted By KinderLab Robotics On July 25, 2018

SmartBrief: Grow SEL Skills Through Robotics

In this SmartBrief, Inc. article, “Grow SEL skills through robotics“, Bryan Flaig discusses how Computer Science and SEL skills go hand-in-hand. Bryan states, “When working with robotics, I also see students develop basic problem-solving skills, which contribute to building their social-emotional intelligence. Do they hit a place in the task where they feel frustrated or Read More