LaunchDFW covered RoboKind’s recent press release for Robots4STEM. On March 9th, 2017, RoboKind announced the launch of their newest endeavor to make an affordable and accessible education platform to teach children the basics of coding and robotics. According to a recent Burning Glass report, there are an estimated 7 million jobs open. (“Beyond Point and Click: The Expanding Demand for Coding Skills,” Burning Glass Technologies, June 2016.) Schools are unable to meet the ever-increasing demand due to lacking resources and knowledge. Teachers do not require prior coding skills or computer science knowledge to utilize Robots4STEM in their classrooms. JettLingo’s visual programming language, which was developed by RoboKind, and the comprehensive curriculum are designed for grades K thru 12th grade.
“The beauty of the JettLingo platform is its ability to give each student the access and opportunity to learn these powerful programming skills, said Dr. Greg Firn, Chief Operating Officer at RoboKind, in the press release. “Learning to code is a key element in the STEM family of disciplines.”
To learn more about Robots4STEM, visit their website.
JettLingo gives K-12 students an easy and exciting way to learn to code through visual programming and robotics. Dallas, Texas, March 9, 2017 — RoboKind today announced the release of JettLingo, an innovative program that gives K-12 students the opportunity to learn coding skills through a unique combination of next-generation visual programming, avatars, and humanoid robots. JettLingo promotes…
Robots4Autism School Grant Program offers schools the opportunity to adopt research-based curriculum, eliminate economic barriers to autism intervention DALLAS (Oct. 27, 2016) – The cost associated with providing healthcare and education for children with autism often presents a barrier for care providers and school districts. To ease the adoption of evidence-based practices in delivering the…
The best way to keep up to date on the happenings of Robots4Autism are our press releases announcing new innovations and developments for our community. This is where visitors to our site can find information on previous updates and alerts for those using Robots4Autism, our curriculum, and Milo as well as the newest, up to date information.