Posted By christina On January 1, 2019
Learn more about how Kathy Hay from Iowa’s Keystone AEA uses the KIBO robot within 23 districts to teach the 4 Cs (Critical thinking, Collaboration, Communication, Creativity) to young students—without screen time! She teaches the 4 C’s at an early age, so students develop skills for the jobs that await them in the future.
The article reads in part:
“We serve students ranging from Pre-K through 12 in 23 school districts in Iowa. To teach our K-2 students how coding works through a process of discovery and exploration, we have incorporated robots that can be programmed with little or limited screen time into our introductory coding classes. We’ve been pleasantly surprised that not only has student engagement increased, but that these projects promote the Four Cs: creativity, collaboration, critical thinking and communication.”
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In this article, eSchoolNews asked 49 EdTech executives to share their thoughts on their predictions for 2019. Jason Innes, KinderLab’s Manager of Curriculum Development and Teacher Training, joins other EdTech execs sharing their thoughts and EdTech predictions with for K12 in 2019. Check out the full article on education predictions for 2019! See the full Read More
Posted By christina On December 27, 2018
We are thrilled to be listed as one of the educational companies to watch in 2019 in Tech&Learning’s December 2018/January 2019 edition. This guide lists companies offering a variety of EdTech Products to K-12. See the full listing of companies.
Posted By christina On December 21, 2018
Watch this in-depth one hour Triangulation interview with Jason Innes, our Manager of Curriculum Development and Teacher Training. Jason speaks with Jason Howell, the show’s host, about teaching STEAM concepts to kids with the KIBO robotics kit. Triangulation is dedicated to providing interviews with the smartest people in the world talking about the most important Read More
Posted By christina On December 20, 2018
The KIBO robot appears in the Forbes article, “Inspire An Interest In STEM Careers With These Top Tech Toys”! The article reads in part, “Out of all of the toys that I tested, a handful emerged as standouts in the EdTech Market for their ability to teach STEM principles in a developmentally-appropriate way with phenomenal Read More