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LEGO Engineering Symposium 2016 and Teacher Awards

Planning is under way for the return of the LEGO Engineering Symposium in 2016, the first since 2011.The… [more]

LEGO Engineering Symposium 2016 and Teacher Awards LEGO Engineering Symposium 2016 and Teacher Awards

A Week in the Life #0: The GBC Debacle

This is the first of probably fourteen posts, each chronicling in detail the ins and outs of my Robotics… [more]

A Week in the Life #0: The GBC Debacle A Week in the Life #0: The GBC Debacle

Learning STEM in the Classroom

Chris Rogers, professor at Tufts University, explains why STEM education should be taught in the classroom… [more]

Learning STEM in the Classroom Learning STEM in the Classroom

EV3 gone wrong: What to do when your EV3 stops working

The EV3 brick is a wonderful piece of technology, but like all technology, it sometimes has glitches.… [more]

EV3 gone wrong: What to do when your EV3 stops working EV3 gone wrong: What to do when your EV3 stops working

LEGO Engineering conferences

This video provides an overview of the Engineering Conferences that the Tufts University Center for Engineering… [more]

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