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May'14

Sneak Peek: Expedition Atlantis for the iPad

The Robot Virtual World team is excited to share a quick sneak peek of our upcoming Expedition Atlantis app for the iPad!

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04

Mar'14

Botline: The EV3 Curriculum is available!

The Robotics Academy is excited to announce the release of our EV3 Curriculum!

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04

Feb'14

A Teacher’s POV: Fun With VEX IQ Remote Controls

In our latest Teacher’s POV post, we highlight the new VEX IQ remote control and how your students can enjoy programming their robots with it!

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31

Jan'14

February Online Professional Development Courses

We have three online professional development courses coming up in February! Read more about them here.

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21

Jan'14

Announcing the Virtual NXT!

We are thrilled to announce a brand new tool for education, the Virtual NXT. The Virtual NXT allows you to program virtual robots in the Robot Virtual Worlds using the same programming languages as physical NXT robots. This is an incredible tool for giving students additional practice programming and can …

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13

Dec'13

A Teacher’s POV: Programming the VEX IQ Robots

In our latest Teacher’s POV post, we discuss how to program your new VEX IQ robots in the classroom.

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05

Dec'13

A Teacher’s POV: Getting Started with the VEX IQ

In our latest Teacher’s POV post, we highlight the new VEX IQ robots, which gives teachers tons of options for middle and high school robotics.

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06

Nov'13

Expedition Atlantis Beta 3 Now Available!

We've released another big update to Expedition Atlantis that features an option to create a certificate of the badges you’ve earned!

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22

Oct'13

Update for Expedition Atlantis Virtual World!

We're excited to announce a huge update to our brand new Expedition Atlantis Virtual World!

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10

Sep'13

Setting Up Robots – LEGO Edition

Now that the physical robot kits are in the classroom and ROBOTC is installed and activated, you should be ready to build the physical robots for your classroom. One of the best features of a LEGO Mindstorms educational robotics kit is that they allow students to create a nearly limitless range of robots; the downside of this, however, is maintaining student-created robots in a classroom.

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Mission

Use the motivational effects of robotics to excite students about science and technology.

All students are technologically literate, mathematically competent, and confident about their future.

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