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Apr'14

Student POV: Robovacuum

Alexis and Noah are back again with another Student POV! This time, sharing how they programmed a robovacuum in ROBOTC Graphical Language for the VEX IQ platform.

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02

Apr'14

Student POV: Slalom Challenge

Danica and Jake are back again with another Student POV! This time, teaching people about the slalom challenge, in ROBOTC Graphical Language for the VEX IQ platform.

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26

Mar'14

Student POV: Robo 500 Challenge

A brand new Student POV with student bloggers, Alexis and Noah, talking about the Robo 500 Challenge!

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19

Mar'14

Student POV: Labyrinth Challenge

We are really excited to introduce a new blog series called Student POV! This series will feature students giving their perspective and advice for programming in ROBOTC. I Welcome our first student bloggers, Danica and Jake!

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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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24

Feb'14

A Teacher’s POV: Using the Gyro Sensor

In this "Teacher's POV", Jason discusses how implementing a Gyro Sensor eliminates any guesswork when it comes to programming your robot to turn.

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20

Feb'14

RVW Expedition Atlantis Research Study

We recently had a study completed to see if using Robot Virtual Worlds’ Expedition Atlantis and the engaging nature of robotics exploration would teach students skills in proportional reasoning.

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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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29

Jan'14

New Robot Virtual Worlds Video!

Robot Virtual Worlds just released a new video all about the software!! Check it out here!

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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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