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Summer of Learning

Each summer, the Robotics Academy provides engaging opportunities for students to learn how to program robots using the Robot Virtual Worlds programming software. Opportunities such as live online instructions, online activities, and virtual competitions are great ways to learn about programming. For more information, please visit:

Robotics Academy Spring Carnival

New to 2015, Carnegie Mellon’s Robotics Academy is hosting its first “Spring Carnival – Family Fun Robotics Challenge” at the Carnegie Mellon’s Spring Carnival. The event has two activities:

· One and half hour robotics class
· Virtual Robot Programming Challenge

To learn more and register for the event, please visit:

May Madness

May Madness is a robotics competition organized by Carnegie Mellon’s Robotics Academy at the Sarah Heinz House. Find out more at:

VEXTeacher (Legacy)

VEX Teacher was a website that provides curriculum and tools to successfully teach robotics using VEX Robotics, with support for both VEX Cortex and VEX IQ. To visit the new VEX Resource page:

NXTeacher (Legacy)

NXTeacher was website that provides curriculum and tools to successfully teach robotics using LEGO MINDSTORMS NXT. To visit the updated LEGO resources, please visit:

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