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2
Mar

Coding and math: How related are these fields?

Many teachers face a hard challenge when teaching their students math. It is very common to witness kids, in classrooms all over the globe, that appear to be allergic to math, formulas, algorithms, and equations. Several educators are constantly trying to find new, engaging ways to teach math to their students without success. Therefore, we pretend to be a light

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11
Feb

Tips for Introducing Career Paths to Students

In order to get future generations excited about working in STEM fields, it is important to begin introducing and integrating the concepts of what sorts of jobs will be available to them in a fun way early on. The concept of a ‘good job’ can seem esoteric to young learners who aren’t necessarily concerned about a 401(k) or if they’ll

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4
Feb

The biggest challenges in teaching students to code

If there’s something we know, is that teaching our students how to code is a must. In some sort of way, teaching them how to code is teaching them a second language; a language that will enable them to succeed in the future, and to create outstanding stuff that will improve the world we live in. Think about yourself when

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17
Jan

Coding and Resilience

Which skills can your students strengthen while learning how to code in your STEM class? Which abilities can they develop while receiving knowledge on how to program their very own virtual robots? And most importantly, which abilities are key for them to truly succeed in tomorrow’s world? Many times in the past we have talked about the deep relation between

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3
Jan

Why your kids should learn Robotics

It is pretty amazing to think about how far we’ve come with technology over the past three generations. Things our grandparents couldn’t even begin to imagine are now the things our children take for granted. With as far as we’ve come already, it can be hard to believe that we are just beginning to scratch the surface of what is

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26
Dec

Coding robots: Learning how tomorrow’s world will work

We’ve mentioned many times before that Robots could replace humans in a quarter of US jobs by 2030. Also, we have discussed the importance of adjusting the current classroom model to the new necessities of our students, offering them skills that they can actually use to succeed in the 21st century. In previous times, we discussed how robotics competitions can

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