Free app that could be used to show students how you can do image processing. s
“No computers will be found in this book. If the idea of a computer science book without computers upsets you, please close your eyes until you’ve finished reading the rest of this page.”
160 pages, dozens of
illustrations. Perfect for kids.
A great set of comic strips explaining the Arduino and electronics!
A very cool project using the Dexter Industries Wifi sensor for the NXT !
This guide was prepared to assist the teaching of basic LEGO Robotics Programming
skills to 4th and 5th Grade students who had little or no experience with the Lego
Robotics or the associated Mindstorms© software.
Credit should be given to JoAnn Steenstra & Sue Vos, teachers at Grandville
Christian & Calvin Christian Elementary Schools respectively for their inspiration in
starting this class and their vision for their students.
A new blog about robotics in education.
Ten basic questions about CPU. Not bad!
Short video with a robotics expert from NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory.
A very nice tutorial on using Dexter Industries’ NXTBee add-on to Lego Mindstorms.