Educator of the Month

August Educators of the Month: How to Get a Clue About Coding with Board Games

We love that our little Ozobots Evo and Bit don’t just teach coding – they inspire creativity too! One way we’ve seen kids use them is as smart board game pieces. An activity providing fun for the whole family, board games bring all ages together and actually do their own great job of combining creativity …

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July’s Educator of the Month Visits National Parks from the Comfort of Color Codes

We’re celebrating a #SummerofSTEAM here at Ozobot, and for many, summer vacation means trips to see new and exciting parts of the country. For me personally, this is especially true. I wanted to take a brief moment to introduce myself, as this is my first post to the OzoBlog! My name’s Danielle. In June, my …

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We launched our Creator of the Month series because we believe tech skills alone don’t spur big ideas—creative visions do. We also want to celebrate and reward our community of creators, who like, share, and make Ozobot projects at an amazing rate. Kids, grown-ups, and even entire classrooms are eligible to be selected as the Creator …

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Educator of the Month: Ipswich Libraries’ Future Farm Game

In days past, a library card was a declaration of love for one thing: books. Today, libraries are so much more, offering an unexpected mash-up of old and new information technology. In many, shelves and shelves of books surround rows of computers, STEAM makerspaces, and even–you guessed it–robots! No matter your age or income, the …

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A 3D printed map of the Oregon Trail

Educators of the Month: Third Graders Bring Back the Oregon Trail

Nine out of of ten parents want their kids to learn to code in school, according to a recent Gallup poll. Teachers, for their part, are finding all kinds of creative ways to incorporate coding into many subjects in their schools, including math, biology, and language arts. For a slightly older generation, including the parents …

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Educator of the Month: Ms. Ligouri’s Murder Mystery Stories

Great writers reach people all over the world with their ideas. But some of history’s most prominent authors took a long time to get to that point, even after their lifetimes. It’s fun to imagine them today, using technology to share their stories and reach audiences in real-time. William Shakespeare would be putting out a …

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Educator of the Month: Jahcier, Aiden, and Jalen

Coding is creative. People use code to make things, tell stories, and shape the future. Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg used code to connect people around the world. Teens Andrea Gonzales and Sophie Houser used it to make an app that smashes gender stereotypes. Enter the Ozobot community. You guys use our two ways to code—online …

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