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There are some big, exciting things happening over here at Ozobot HQ. We are thrilled to finally unveil what we’ve been secretly working on. As
Street art, also known as “graffiti,” has a history dating way back to the Stone Age, but really started to become a worldwide phenomenon in
As classroom sizes grow, teachers are contending with more learning styles and abilities in one room. This is especially prevalent in elementary schools, where students
With Father’s Day coming up and the school year coming to an end, families everywhere are looking for fun activities to do together. One such
This year, Ozobot is tackling future-ready skills. These are the skills that will always be in demand, no matter how much technology changes our society.
Effective teamwork and collaboration are skills that will be part of every student’s future career. Most people work in teams, not on their own. This
Seattle is a wonderful tech hub where people can collaborate, innovate, and persevere to solve problems. It’s no wonder that so many students in the
May is National Teen Self-Esteem Month, and we’re turning this into a month of promoting self-eSTEAM for all! Did you know that telling stories increases
Most mothers—new and seasoned vets alike—are always on the search for answers. We are constantly looking for effective tools and strategies to raise our kids,
Throughout the school year, students follow the Common Core program and whatever lesson plans their teachers design. But during the summer, kids get to choose.
For years, educators have placed coding in a technological box. Kids learn coding in the computer science classroom—which is either an elective in schools or