Coding & Robotics

Ozobot Launches 1-to-1 Program Supporting Robotics at Home

Robotics company Ozobot has launched a new program aimed at bringing robotics education to the home, as well as hybrid education environments. The Ozobot 1:1 Hybrid Program, as it’s called, was developed in conjunction with educators. The program is aimed at students in grades K–12.

The Ozobot 1:1 Hybrid Program is built around the Ozobot Classroom platform (which is now also integrated with Google Classroom), offering both onscreen and screen-free robotics coding. According to the company, “Students’ bots are also synced to Ozobot Classroom, where teachers assign interactive, self-directed, and standards-aligned video lessons for Math, ELA, and STEAM subjects. Schools and districts benefit from exclusive access to this remote-friendly, student-facing content with the program, along with an ability to measure engagement even when students work beyond screens with their robots.”

The program is available now. Further details can be found at ozobot.com/educate/1-1program.

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