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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 June 10, 2021 in Press Releases

Early Education Grant Provides STEAM Learning for Jewish Day Schools

The David Lear Sulman Fund provides over 50% off research-based KIBO robot kits (Waltham, MA) June 10, 2021 – KinderLab Robotics today announced a partnership with the David Lear Sulman Computing, Science, and Engineering Fund, which is offering the Limudei Code-Esh Curriculum (LCE) for Jewish day schools and Jewish supplemental schools. LCE is an integrated Read More

Posted On June 7, 2021 in Media Coverage

The 74: To Welcome Students Back to In-Person Learning, Build a Coding ‘Playground’ to Boost Their Academic & Social-Emotional Skills

In this 74 Million article, KinderLab Robotics’ Co-founder and Chief Scientist, Dr. Marina Bers, describes how coding can help students get up to speed in both academic and social-emotional skills when they return to in-person learning. About Coding as a Playground and KIBO “Coding offers an opportunity to re-engage children into communities of learning in Read More

Posted On May 20, 2021 in Media Coverage

EdTech Digest: Cool Tools – KIBO

Learn more about the screen-free KIBO robot in this Cool Tool Write-up on EdTech Digest! About KIBO “After this difficult year, age-appropriate, cross-curricular tools and resources have never been more important to re-engage students with in-person learning. Cross-curricular STEAM lessons help students recover lost ground in core academic areas and inspire them to practice SEL Read More

Posted On May 3, 2021 in Media Coverage

Tufts Now: Training Teachers on Educational Technology, Now and for the Future

The Early Childhood Technology graduate certificate program from Tufts University empowers educators of young children to evaluate and use technologies as tools through which children can learn and create. About the Tufts ECT Program “Over this past year, we were forced to innovate and do things in education we hadn’t done before. It can be Read More

Posted On April 29, 2021 in Media Coverage

Edvocate: How My Afterschool Program is Delivering Hands-on Learning to Students’ Homes

In this article, learn how Jane de Winter, from Big Learning in MD, has brought hands-on explorative learning to her students during the pandemic, and what she plans on doing with robotics moving forward. Big Learning is an afterschool program serving 2,500 students annually in more than 60 schools across Montgomery County, MD. They offer Read More