When choosing STEM tools for girls, it is important to choose tools that engage girls in active problem-solving, hands-on learning, building and engineering.
Researchers from the University of Delaware’s College of Education & Human Development and College of Engineering have created "Zenbo," a social robot that can deliver safe computing training to young students.
Students in an ethics course are the first to work with an artificial intelligence teaching assistant in California's Notre Dame de Namur University.
An education technology company that produces a virtual robotics platform to help middle schoolers learn coding and robotics basics has released a sequel to its original set of curricula.
LEGO Education has started shipping SPIKE Prime, a hands-on classroom robotics and coding system for middle school.
An energy company donated eight robotics kits to a Massachusetts high school. Exelon Generation's gift, worth an estimated $12,800, increased the number of kits available for student use in robotics and engineering classes at Everett High School.
The county is familiar with competitive robotics. One of its high schools teams was ranked as the fourth best in the world, based on its performance during the 2019 FIRST Robotics World Championship in Detroit.
Students today need to understand not only how to code online, but also how computer science and coding connect to the tangible objects in the world around them.
The robotics company has announced the commercial launch of RVR, a customizable robot that teaches students how to code.
VEX Robotics is launching a professional development program to train teachers on how to use the company’s robotics products.
The KIBO Home Robotics Course gives home educators and caregivers a new way to introduce coding and robotics to young children without using computers or screen time.
RoboWunderkind is launching The Robo Coding Saga to give young children opportunities to experiment with building and coding robots.