Robomatter, Inc.

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How often do students transfer learning from one subject area to another domain? #Education

How often do students transfer learning from one subject area to another domain? #Education

“It is Always Day 1” : Staying motivated all year long in the classroom!

“It is Always Day 1” : Staying motivated all year long in the classroom!

Our last #RoboEdChat was such a success that we want have another one this month! Join us on Tuesday, March 20 at 8pm ET to discuss "Integrating Robotics into Every Classroom."

Our last #RoboEdChat was such a success that we want have another one this month! Join us on Tuesday, March 20 at 8pm ET to discuss "Integrating Robotics into Every Classroom."

How to Make the Most of a Tech Convention

How to Make the Most of a Tech Convention

"While coding is a popular vehicle to teach CT, computational thinking is much more than programming. It is the thinking skills that are employed in understanding a problem and formulating a solution before coding"

"While coding is a popular vehicle to teach CT, computational thinking is much more than programming. It is the thinking skills that are employed in understanding a problem and formulating a solution before coding"

Join our Director of Educational Strategy, Jason McKenna, on Twitter next Tuesday evening for #RoboEdChat! We will be discussing how teachers are using robotics to transform their classrooms.

Join our Director of Educational Strategy, Jason McKenna, on Twitter next Tuesday evening for #RoboEdChat! We will be discussing how teachers are using robotics to transform their classrooms.

In Jason McKenna's latest blog, he shares some tips to provide feedback to students that will lead to gains in student learning, and also make open-ended activities more rewarding to both teachers and students.

In Jason McKenna's latest blog, he shares some tips to provide feedback to students that will lead to gains in student learning, and also make open-ended activities more rewarding to both teachers and students.

Great approach for those students who are struggling with their creativity, whether it is art, coding, engineering, etc...

Great approach for those students who are struggling with their creativity, whether it is art, coding, engineering, etc...

What Students Can Teach Us About CSforAll

What Students Can Teach Us About CSforAll

Customer Feedback from our CS-STEM Curriculum!

Customer Feedback from our CS-STEM Curriculum!

Customer Feedback about our STEM Robotics Curriculum!

Customer Feedback about our STEM Robotics Curriculum!

Empowering Educators through Versatile Curriculum

Empowering Educators through Versatile Curriculum

A Teacher’s POV: Evolution of Group Work

A Teacher’s POV: Evolution of Group Work

Computational Thinking in a STEM classroom

Notebook or Desktop Computer – Which Should You Choose?

Feedback and STAR Troubleshooting in a STEM Classroom White Paper

Feedback and STAR Troubleshooting in a STEM Classroom White Paper

Female Students in STEM White Paper

Female Students in STEM White Paper

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