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Jul

The Spirit of the Robotics Competitions: Strengthening Skills for the 21st Century

Robotics competitions are currently at the forefront of our ever-changing technological world. In the modern day, learning how to navigate the shift from traditional, old-school technology to newer and more advanced tech is essential. We’ve already given you some of the most valuable 21st Century skills that your students should learn. Now we are going to show you how your
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27
Jun

Gaming in Education: Using Virtual Robotics to Implement STEM Learning

You may have often heard younger students in school complaining about how difficult their math and science homework can be, but they seem to do just fine with homework and assignments in language or history subjects. What these students don’t know is that learning STEM subjects can not only be stimulating but can be easy and engaging as well. Out
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24
Jun

Robotics Applications in the Real World

For centuries now, robotics have played a significant role in society’s collective imagination. Science fiction authors like Karel Čapek and Isaac Asimov were at the forefront of this fascination, capturing the imagination with the artificially intelligent phenomena over half a century ago. Since then, a wave of increasingly automated cars, drones, and even lawn mowers have continued to fascinate the
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10
Jun

Why Robotics Is the Ideal After-School Activity for Your Students

The use of robotics has not only been essential for students in the classroom, but robotics proves to be an appropriate activity even after the school day is over. For most students, spending the whole day in a classroom gets exhausting and tiring. When the day is done, kids want to spend their time doing whatever it is they really
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28
May

New and more 21st century skills you didn’t know were that important!

Yes, again we are going to be talking about 21st-century skills. Although, this time we’d like to explore a different area of skills and abilities you most likely haven’t heard about, or at least, about how important they’ll be in the years to come. Most people speak -only- about critical thinking, algorithmic thinking, and analytical thinking. But if we truly
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22
May

Meet Ido Yerushalmi: An interview about education with our CEO

 For a few years, we’ve been sharing with you a number of perspectives on education. Many are the thought leaders who thoughtfully shared their points of view on education, STEM, STEAM curricula, and cyber robotics in this, our STEM Blog. We’ve made sure you get to know Maria Montessori, Linda Liukas, Seymour Papert, Lev Vygotsky, and many other leaders who
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