Programmable robots for education
Robotics is highly stimulating for the younger students, allowing them to grow important soft skills such as problem solving, creativity, team spirit. In higher education, robotics allows student to work with real hardware in order to be prepared for the challenges of the real physical work.
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The French State Education Advanced Robotics Kit from Speechi is intended for all teachers – from primary to high school – wishing to introduce their pupils to robotics programming using a fun and varied set of tools.
Photon is an educational and upgradable robot for children from 5 to 12 years old. It depends entirely on its young user to learn new skills. Multiple challenges await him, all with the objective of going even further in his mastery of STEM and robotic programming.
This version of the Lego Mindstorms robotics Education kit is called Lego MINDSTORMS EV3 Education.
The Wireless Thymio educational mobile robot is the wireless version of the popular Thymio II.
The Thymio mobile robot is Lego compatible, features many sensors, a great child friendly coding software and many free online resoures for both teachers and at home users.
Both robots are great educational tools!
The French State Education Standard Robotics Kit from Speechi allows you to organise a course of lessons in robotics and programming, each lasting 45 minutes. This educational robot kit, which meets the recommendations of the French Ministry of Education, can be programmed using Scratch, the IDE Arduino, but also Python.
With this new pack designed for the teachers, Mobsya give you everything you need to get started with the Thymio robot in your classroom!
Also sold individually, the educational Wireless Thymio robot comes here in the form of a pack, ideal for classrooms and media libraries wanting to propose group robotics activities.
The Thymio educational robot has returned, in a pack particularly well-suited for use in classrooms and with all the accessories you need to set up multiple robotics activities!