KinderLab brings you the latest coverage of KIBO and other exciting news about robotics in early education. Read more about using robot kits for young students as part of a STEM curriculum.
Posted On October 31, 2022 in Media Coverage
The KIBO robot is included as one of ZDNET‘s best robot toys for kids! The author researched STEM (science, technology, engineering, and mathematics) kits and toys that can ignite a kid’s interest and focus it on learning, while at the same time making learning fun. “In this guide, we’re focusing mostly on the technology and Read More
Posted On October 26, 2022 in Media Coverage
In this Get Ed Funding Blog, Jason Innes, our Director of Curriculum, Training and Product Management wrote “3 Ways to Build a Case for (& Win) Early Learning STEAM Robotics Grants“. Jason recommends solutions that are: research-backed, evidence-based, flexible, and those that offer ongoing PD & curriculum. With millions of dollars of ESSER funding (as Read More
Posted On October 13, 2022 in Media Coverage
In this video review, Dad Life checks out the KIBO robot at Boston’s Museum of Science. About KIBO, he says: “[KIBO is] An excellent way to get kids into programming with the immediate return of watching the robot do the things that they just programmed.” “Kiddo Robot”…new name?
Posted On October 11, 2022 in Media Coverage
Finding Ada, an organization that celebrates Ada Lovelace Day (ALD), is an international celebration of the achievements of women in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM). They aim to increase the profile of women in STEM and create new role models who will encourage more girls into STEM careers and support women already working in Read More
Posted On October 4, 2022 in Media Coverage
Two of our KIBO Ambassadors, Megan Bounit and Barbara Tennyson, feature KIBO in this SmartBrief article about how students can learn social-emotional skills and STEAM concepts at the same time. Educators can teach every one of Collaborative for Academic, Social, and Emotional Learning’s, or CASEL’s, five core principles through robotics, because SEL and robotics complement Read More