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Posted On January 22, 2020 in Media Coverage

Slice of MIT: Can a Screen-Free Robot Teach Coding—and Build Character?

In this MIT Alumni Association Publication, our Co-founder and Chief Scientist, Dr. Marina Bers talks to her alma mater about her career in developing innovative educational technologies for young learners. The article reads in part: “Technology is advancing, but human problems—how to live together in a multicultural, diverse, multiethnic society—have been around forever. Technology may Read More

Posted On January 17, 2020 in Media Coverage

District Administration: Why These FETC Session Attendees Got Ahead in their Planning to Purchase Digital Tools

Steven Blackburn, from District Administration, came by the Elementary Digital Tools Sandbox while at the FETC 2020 Conference to see the solutions available for young learners all in one place. He was introduced to the KIBO robot while there and wrote about his experience. Read on to learn his full experience meeting KIBO.

Posted On December 26, 2019 in Media Coverage

Java John Z’s: Learn to Program with the KinderLab Robotics KIBO Robot Kit

In this review, the KIBO robot kit is reviewed by the team of Java John Z’s. The reviewer found “KIBO easy to work with. So easy… a 4 to 7-year old could use it. Of course, it is fun for the parent to play with, too.” More from the review: KIBO from KinderLab Robotics is Read More

Posted On December 25, 2019 in Media Coverage

TechHive: KinderLabs Robotics KIBO robot kit can help teach younger kids to code, no screens required

In this TechHive article, the writer reviews KIBO and shares his experience watching his daughter and her friends using KIBO. The article reads in part: Enter KinderLab and its nifty STEAM-oriented KIBO robot kits, which use motors, sensors, modules, scanners, and (most intriguing) building blocks to introduce young ones to coding, no screens required. My Read More

Posted On December 16, 2019 in Media Coverage

Code.org: Talking About Computer Science for Good in Your Classroom

In this Code.org article, they discuss that while computer science is a foundational subject in today’s world that will benefit students in any career path, it also equips them with the tools to tackle some of the world’s most pressing problems. The article reads in part: “How computer science is used and applied in the Read More