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Jun'15

A Teacher’s POV Blog Series

We’ve had some wonderful teachers share their stories with us this year about their experience in the classroom teaching robotics. Read their stories here with our Teacher’s POV blog series.  Here are a few recent posts: – International School Manila – Palisades Middle School Robotics Initiative – RVW VEX IQ Beltway – First Year …

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Apr'15

A Teacher’s POV: International School Manila

My name is Ringo Dingrando and I teach Robotics and Physics at International School Manila in the Philippines.  For the past three years, high school students have been inquiring into how to program using ROBOTC and how to use their programming skills to build robots, often with VEX hardware.  In …

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Apr'15

A Teacher’s POV: Palisades Middle School Robotics Initiative

After last summer’s on-site training at Carnegie Mellon Robotics Academy, Palisades Middle School’s technology and computer teachers initiated semester STEM units featuring the VEX Cortex Clawbot, Robot Virtual Worlds software, and ROBOTC programming. 8th grade students now experience how to build and program a robot through collaborative teamwork. In technology …

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Feb'15

A Teacher’s POV: RVW VEX IQ Beltway

Jason McKenna, from the Hopewell Area School District outside of Pittsburgh, PA, writes about his experience in the classroom with the new Robot Virtual World game, VEX IQ Beltway!

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Feb'15

A Teacher’s POV: First Year Teaching Automation and Robotics

In our latest Teacher’s POV post, Ross Hartley wrote a wonderful post about his first semester teaching Automation and Robotics in the Pickerington Local School District.

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Aug'14

Robots Oh My! One Teacher’s Experience at our Training…

Anna Lynn Martino attended one of our Professional Development classes recently and wrote a wonderful blog about her experience. Check it out here!

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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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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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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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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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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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