My students need the Wonder Workshop Dash & Dot Robot Wonder Packs to learn to program robots while learning meaningful and critical 21st Century Skills such as collaboration, problem solving, analysis, prediction and logical thinking.
The majority of my students come from low-income and poverty level homes. With that being the case, not many have access to current and functioning technology at home. Most of my students rely on in-school class experiences to develop their knowledge and understanding of technology and bridge its connections to math and science.
My students are a wonderful, curious, creative and eager group of children that enjoy and learn best with hands-on STEM-based learning activities.
They have thrived in our experiences in learning to code with free computer software. They are ready for the next step in learning about computer science, robotics!
My students are ready to dive deep into STEM Education, crafting and honing their 21st Century Skills while working on interesting projects with technology. My students need the materials in the Wonder Workshop Kit to learn to program robots in a collaborative environment. They will be challenging to solve puzzles and design through a program run by robots (the Dash and Dot robots included in this kit.) They will learn how to program robots to follow their commands through mazes, build structures, and even play music. The Dash and Dot Wonder Workshop creativity kit has everything my students need to deepen their learning of the sciences and technology while helping them develop skills in problem solving, collaboration, analysis, synthesis, and creativity.
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