To help you get started with LEGO robotics and engineering in the classroom, here is a collection of posts related to classroom management, kit storage, and assessment.
- Starting a robotics program: The MINDSTORMS robotics ‘fit’ and your school
- Managing a project-based robotics classroom
- How to keep track of all those student projects!
- Tips for using LEGO with young children
And all those pieces of plastic?
- Managing robotics equipment in the classroom
- Thinking outside the box: A look into LEGO organization and sorting
- Assessment tools for group projects
- Assessing student work in robotics and engineering
- Learning dimensions: Another way to assess
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I'm a teacher in Tasmania, Australia, and have been using 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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