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LEGO Promotes Coding With New Bot, Continues To Be Best Toy Ever

Jayne Miller wrote this on Jan 8, 2016


This week LEGO unveiled a new robotics kit designed to teach elementary school students the basics of coding and engineering. And it's super cute.

WeDo2.0 was launched at CES 2016; we're into the initial reports. Sounds like the 280-piece set comes with corresponding cirriculum and troubleshooting exercises. Mini Milo (pictured above) is the sweet one-eyed bot students will be programming with. You can catch more details on the launch in the stories below. 

We also collected some good reads on Khan Academy's new brick-and-mortar school, as well as an EdWeek blog about personalized learning, everyone's favorite buzzword.

Enjoy the weekend and the reads, edtech friends.

 LEGO's little bot teaches kids about science and coding | Engadget

Lego WeDo 2.0 | Wired

What Higher Education Can Learn from Fitbit | EdSurge

'A Bit Of A Montessori 2.0': Khan Academy Opens A Lab School | NPREd

Personalized Learning Based on Students' Emotions: Emerging Research to Know | Education Week

The 3 Things I’ll Say About EdTech In 2016 | Inside Higher Ed

Twitter is the World's Best Free Professional Development Tool | Brilliant or Insane

What Minecraft Can Teach You About Pedagogy | TeachThought


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