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Several websites offer introductory learning resources on robotics. Do not forget to view videos about robotics!
- To bookmark websites that teach robotics to kids,
- To include robotics based on different platforms.
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2:23 minute video about a robotics competition at Jet Propulsion Laboratory, Pasadena, CA.
Students used Lego robots to compete on a Mars-like obstacle course during an annual robotics competition at JPL.
View this site to get an idea of how a commercial robotics class teaches using special Lego sets.
LEGO Robotics Activities and Classes
These Classes and Workshops are an Opportunity for Kids and Adults to:
* Participate in a team-centered and project-based learning experience.Learn the exciting technology of robotics, mechanical design, software use,
* programming, and computer graphics design tools.
*Get hands-on experience and have a whole lot of FUN playing with LEGO kits and computers!
This website contains a rich set of educator resources, info about the Lego and Vex systems, curriculum, tutorials on electronics, as well as blogs about robotics.
"Teaching math, science, engineering and physics using Robotics"
About the Academy
The Robotics Academy is committed to using the motivational effects of robotics to excite students about science and technology. We are an educational outreach of Carnegie Mellon University, and part of the university's world-renowned Robotics Institute. Our administrative staff and development team are housed in the National Robotics Engineering Center (NREC), where robots for business, governm
Search for news, blogs, and videos about robotics, on the NASA/JPL educational site.
The NASA/JPL Education Office works with educators -- both classroom teachers and informal educators -- to provide tools, resources and ideas for teaching Earth science, space science, mathematics and robotics. We also run a wide range of student programs, sponsored by NASA, JPL and Caltech. Several of our student programs are designed to target students with interests in these fields who are in under-represented or under-served populations.
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