Posted By christina On March 7, 2019
Check out the eSchoolNews article, “Why we love our coding & robotics tools”, where educators discuss ways to “get your STEAM on”.
Katie Blagden, a K-4 STEAM educator and coach from Ayers Ryal Side Elementary School, in Beverly, MA says of the KIBO:
“Money, time, and skill are the obstacles teachers jump through to use new classroom tools. KinderLab’s KIBO robot not only brings coding to life—it inspires creativity in a hands-on, playful way that doesn’t involve screens. KIBO is reasonably priced, user friendly, and doesn’t require a manual or IT support. Its versatility across STEAM subjects makes it a valuable piece of educational machinery.”
Posted By christina On February 26, 2019
The KIBO robot was reviewed and added to the February edition of the Boston Parents Magazine in an article called “Rise of the Robots”. In the article, the author tested robots to find the “difference between the truly educational kits and the plastic junk.” See the full article on page 22.
Posted By christina On February 22, 2019
In Tech & Learning’s What’s New Roundup from BETT, FETC, and TCEA, KinderLab’s new Progressive Guide is included in this summary of new tools for schools. Learn more about the “Growing with KIBO – A Progressive Robotics Curriculum for Grades K¬2” guide, which was designed to support early elementary classrooms with a complete, sequenced STEAM Read More
Posted By christina On February 4, 2019
District Administration has covered our recent press release about our new Curriculum Guide, Growing with KIBO – A Progressive Robotics Curriculum for Grades K–2. The article reads in part, “KinderLab Robotics expanded its KIBO curriculum suite by announcing Growing with KIBO – A Progressive Robotics Curriculum for Grades K–2. This guide was designed to support early elementary classrooms Read More
Posted By christina On January 30, 2019
While at the FETC 2019 Conference, the KIBO robot was featured in a news segment about products to support the future of education. The article reads in part, “For children, technology is pretty much in every school, helping them learn faster and motivating them to stay focused. And because it’s become an essential aspect to Read More