More than a third of students from low‑income households
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Dash Interactive Robot for Hands on Learning
My students need the Wonder Workshop Dash Robot to expand their knowledge of programming and coding with this interactive robot that can talk, walk, move its head and even communicate with other robots.
Our students are eager to learn and come to school hungry for new technology. They are willing to problem solve and to service the technology, they just want the chance to explore.
Approximately one-third of our students are “schools of choice,” which means they come to us from outside our district’s physical boundaries.
While diversity among our students is not always evident in ethnicity, our students’ economic backgrounds span a wide range of households. They see obstacles as challenges, however, and opportunities to pave the way to 21st century learning.
This interactive robot provides hands-on learning for students by teaching the students about programming and coding through educational play. Students will be able to drive the robot, create sounds for it to make, and program lights and motion. This robot is even able to recognize and communicate with other robots of its kind. Students will be challenged with several layers of missions with "Dash," and will work collaboratively with team members/classmates to discover new possibilities with technology. From designing paths for the robot to follow to completing challenges, the students will be engaged in critical thinking and problem solving while learning skills that will prepare them for the future.
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