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Smart Friday with RobotLAB - History of Virtual Reality

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Check the original article here: https://www.vrs.org.uk/virtual-reality/history.html

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Smart Friday with RobotLAB - Optical illusions

Optical Illusions

Check out this amazing experiment that NAO robot will show to you and try to figure out why this happens! 

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Feature a Teacher: NAO and its Versatility in the Classroom

Clifton Bossong is the Assesment/S.T.E.A.M coordinator at the A.W. Beattie Career Center  and he has been using the NAO Robot for the past 8 years with his students. This is his story. 

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Smart Friday with RobotLAB -Computer Science Vs Computer Programming Differences

This is a new educational channel called Smart Friday!

Every Friday we will share with you an informational piece about a topic we care about. You can share it in your classroom. Have fun learning!

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Smart Friday with RobotLAB - Learning how to create your own story!

This is a new educational channel called Smart Friday!

Every Friday we will share with you an informational piece about a topic we care about. You can share it in your classroom. Have fun learning! 

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Smart Friday with RobotLAB - Let's talk about Gravity!

This is a new educational channel called Smart Friday!

Every Friday we will share with you an informational piece about a topic we care about! You can use it in your classroom, share it, learn and enjoy it! Check it out.

Let's talk about Gravity! 

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NYC schools lead the nation in embracing humanoid robotics for 2018-2019 school year

Using Resolution, A funding from NYC Dep. of Education, schools in Brooklyn embark on a journey to make STEM an integrated and relevant part of the curriculum for students and teachers.

The NYC Department of Education’s STEM initiative’s ultimate goal is “to produce a highly competent, STEM based professional workforce, which is currently lacking, not only in New York, but in the Country as a whole”. The department seeks to transform the way Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Math education are delivered in the 5 boroughs. So they are providing all the science teachers access to the latest STEM teaching tools along with  a program to support them.

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Engineering Design LittleBits code kit course on Engage!K12

Check the lesson, Engineering Design with LittleBits Code kit on Engage!K12 and learn how to create loops, variables, functions and more. 

Our mission at RobotLAB is to create engaging curriculum which provides students with opportunity for hands on experience with robotics, programming and coding. Students also get to develop their critical thinking skills analyzing, debugging and collaboration.

Let me introduce you to Engineering design with a little bits code KitLittle bits are electronic building blocks that are actually magnetic and really easy to connect to one another.

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Introduction to Programming with Ozobot course on Engage!K12

Check the course Introduction to Programming Ozobot on Engage!K12.  Learn about functions and programming. 

Ozobot is a tiny robot with a big personality. Here at RobotLAB. We designed a course called intro to programming with Ozobot where we take a tactile robotics and advanced programming and makes CS accessible to all students.

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Visual Programming with Autonomous Cars course on Engage!K12

Check the course of Visual Programming with Autonomous cars on Engage!K12 . Learn how to design your own self-driving car and how to program it. 

This course takes you through the process of designing your very own self-driving car. In each lesson you add new features like automated headlights obstacle avoidance and heat detection. It's programmable with Microsoft VPL  let's take a look at one of the lessons. 

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