EY Announces Richard Margolin of Robokind Entrepreneur Of The Year® 2018 Award Finalist in the Southwest Region
EY recently announced that Richard Margolin, chief technology officer and founder of RoboKind, is a finalist for the Entrepreneur Of The Year 2018 Award in the Southwest region. The awards program recognizes entrepreneurs who are excelling in areas such as innovation, financial performance, and personal commitment to their businesses and communities.
RoboKind’s new robot teaching kids to be tomorrow’s coders Dallas Innovates, 5/3/18 Jett the robot recently visited Pantego Christian Academy’s STEM classroom where fourth and fifth graders got to test out robots4STEM. Dallas Innovates joined in on the fun and learned about how robots4STEM helps kids become tomorrow’s coders while teaching them life skills such as...
robots4STEM: A Website for Computer Programming AppEd Review, 4/30/18 Dr. Todd Cherner of AppEd Review tests out robots4STEM and provides educators with several instructional ideas on how to implement the coding curriculum into their K-12 lesson plans. Among the criteria considered, robots4STEM received an 8.5 out of 10 for design.
Bringing the 5 Cs into your classroom eSchool News, 4/19/2018 The way educators teach is not conducive to the different ways students learn. A shift to a more formative learning process can accommodate learners of all types and teach children important life skills like collaboration, creativity and critical thinking. Dr. Gregory Firn of RoboKind highlights the 5 Cs that can help transform classrooms into inclusive, engaging places.
Cutting edge curriculum could be coming to CMS WCCB Charlotte, 4/19/18 Jett the robot traveled to Charlotte, N.C. to visit Will Kennedy, anchor of WCCB Charlotte, and students from Hickory Ridge High School for a day of education and fun. Students got to experience how easy and exciting coding and programming can be while learning with robots4STEM.
RoboKind’s Jett advanced robots teaching kids to code Techstination, 4/18 Fred Fishkin of Techstination highlights his interview with Dr. Gregory Firn in this short podcast, which describes robots4STEM as the perfect intersection of innovation and education.
RoboKind’s Jett advanced robots teaching kids to code: COO Dr. Gregory Firn Techstination, 3/28/2018 Fred Fishkin of Techstination speaks with Dr. Gregory Firn on how Jett and the robots4STEM curriculum help all students learn foundational coding skills that set the stage for the rest of their education and subsequent careers.
Three steps to developing an engaging summer school curriculum eSchool News, 3/27/2018 Summer school challenges educators to adjust their approaches on teaching to engage students whose yearly performances necessitated extra help. Dr. Gregory Firn of RoboKind has developed three key steps to consider while developing a unique, engaging summer school curriculum for the students who need it most.
The robot that’s teaching kids to code App Developer Magazine, 3/22/2018 Jett started school this week to teach students in Texas and New Jersey the critical skills needed to ignite a lasting interest in STEM – without requiring teachers to change a single lesson plan. App Developer Magazine highlights how Jett tackles one of the biggest challenges in STEM education, and ultimately the workplace, while providing quotes from educators implementing robots4STEM into their curriculums.
Helps teachers go high tech with plug-and-play robot/avatar-based curriculum DALLAS – March 21, 2018 – Jett, the coding and programming robot designed for students of all ages, started school this week. The 22-inch-tall, 12-pound interactive learning companion is already teaching students in Texas and New Jersey the critical skills needed to ignite a lasting interest in STEM – without requiring teachers to change a single lesson plan. Jett gives students the thrill of teaching their own robot to walk, wave and smile. “robots4STEM is showing kids the future of education, not just the boring stuff,” said Tonya Haddox, principal at Cedar Hill ISD Middle School in Cedar Hill, Texas. “It’s hands on and interactive, and they’re getting to do real-world things.” Jett directly tackles one of the biggest challenges in STEM education, and ultimately the workplace: the critical shortage of...