LEGO Engineering Workshop, Boston 2014

Group Shot
Group Shot

A LEGO Engineering Workshop was hosted by LEGO Education and Tufts CEEO in Boston on Friday, June 20th, 2014.

The conference consisted of presentations and hands-on workshops on the integration of robotics into the classroom.



9:15 – 9:30 – Welcome (Chris)

9:30 – 10:50 – Each group shared experiences from their country (here)

11:00 – 12:00 – LEGO challenges

  • Challenge 1: Introduce Yourself: Who are You?
  • Challenge 2: Quick Build: Something to Represent your Country/Culture
  • Challenge 3: Silly Walks: Make your EV3 Move, Without Wheels!

1:00 – 1:30 – Ethan’s talk (see it here: LEGO Engineering Workshop at Tufts – June 2014)

1:30 – 2:30 – discussion of issues and possible solutions to improving STEM education

2:30 – 3:15 – tour of the Maker Studo

3:15 – 3:45 – Merre’s talk on research (see it here: Engineering_Ed)

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  • Mike Gentry <gentrme@comcast.net>,
  • Ayman ElKabbany <ayman@sis.net.eg>,
  • Ghazi Mtaweh <ghazi.mtaweh@fll-lebanon.org>,
  • Ismail Y. Hasan <iyasein@jubilee.edu.jo>,
  • Pooja Sharma <pooja@indiastemfoundation.org>,
  • Sudhanshu Sharma <sudhanshu@indiastemfoundation.org>,
  • Kostas Vasileiou <vasileiouk@gmail.com>,
  • Vasilis Tanis
  • D. Hakan Habip <hakan.habip@bilimkahramanlari.org>,
  • Harun Goker <harun@teknokta.com>,
  • Mark Francken <m.francken@techniekpromotie.nl>,
  • Milorad Cerovac <milorad.cerovac@kds.vic.edu.au>,
  • Cristina Elsner Faria <cfaria@cni.org.br>,
  • Rajan Malhotra <rajan@indiastemfoundation.org>,
  • Dennis Chan <robomindtech@gmail.com>,
  • Peter Kellett <peter_kellett@glc.qld.edu.au>,
  • Ido Yerushalmi <iyerushalmi@intelitek.com>,
  • Elizabeth Klingseisen <EKlingseisen@intelitek.com>
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Rob Torok

I'm a teacher in Tasmania, Australia, and have used LEGO MINDSTORMS with my students since 2001. I'm the editor in chief for LEGO Engineering (this site) as well as the content editor for LEGO Education Australia (LEGOeducation.com.au).

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