1. EV3 books

    EV3 books

    MINDSTORMS EV3 books (listed alphabetically by author) Bagnall, Brian. Maximum LEGO EV3 Programming (coming September 2014) Benedettelli, Daniele. The LEGO MINDSTORMS EV3 Laboratory: Build, Program, and Experiment with Five Wicked Cool Robots! Bratzel, Barbara. STEM by Design: Teaching with LEGO Mindstorms EV3 Garber, Gary. Instant LEGO MINDSTORMS EV3 Griffin, Terry. The...

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  2. General LEGO Technic and robotics books

    General LEGO Technic and robotics books

    General robotics/LEGO Technic books (listed alphabetically by author) Baumann, Claude. Eureka! Problem Solving with LEGO RoboticsCeceri, Kathy and Sam Carbaugh. Robotics: Discover the Science and Technology of the Future with 20 Projects Gura, Mark. Getting Started with LEGO Robotics: A Guide for K-12 Educators Heffernan, John. Elementary Robotics: Sustaining the Natural Engineering...

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  3. NXT books

    NXT books

    MINDSTORMS NXT books with an education focus (listed alphabetically by author) Bracken, Chris, Damien Kee and Rob Torok. Educate NXT Bratzel, Barbara. Physics by Design with NXT Mindstorms Church, William, Tony Ford and Natasha Perova. Physics with Robotics: An NXT and RCX Activity Guide Cole, John D, Amanda Terrell and...

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  4. WeDo books

    WeDo books

    WeDo books (listed alphabetically by author) Dolata, Jan, Aleksander Gruszczynski, Ola Syrocka and Piotr Marszalkowski. Bathyscaphe WeDo ebook (LEGO WeDo building & programming instruction guide 1) Dolata, Jan, Aleksander Gruszczynski, Ola Syrocka and Piotr Marszalkowski. Windmill WeDo ebook (LEGO WeDo building & programming instruction guide 2) Kee, Damien and Fay Rhodes. Classroom...

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  5. “Elementary Robotics” book review

    “Elementary Robotics” book review

    Anne Marie Wyman received a copy of “Elementary Robotics” by John Heffernan for her post about The 6 tile challenge, and has kindly written this review… – Editor I recently read the book “Elementary Robotics” by John Heffernan and I recommend it to any teacher interested in starting a LEGO...

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  6. Why I like educational robots

    Why I like educational robots

    With all the available STEM options, we often get asked Why Robotics?  So here are some quick thoughts to kickstart your thirty second elevator speech for robotics program support. See what you think. I like educational robots because they make abstract concepts real. With this opening salvo, and depending on your primary expertise and...

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  7. Assistive devices curriculum article

    Assistive devices curriculum article

    This article was originally published 21 October 2008. Select Boston Public School middle-school teachers have been teaching the “Robotics: Assistive devices for the future“ curriculum for the past three years. For each of the last three years approximately 20 new teachers learn to use the LEGO robotics platform to engage...

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