This core set is optimized for classroom use and contains all you need to teach using the exciting LEGO® MINDSTORMS® set. It enables students to build, program and test their solutions based on rea l life robotics technology. It contains the EV3 Intelligent Brick, a powerful small computer that makes it possible to control motors and collect sensor feedback
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|Number of Elements:||541|
|Year of release:||2013|
|Suitable for:||1-3 children|
Grow your middle school students’ creative problem solving skills and enable them to become the critical thinkers and creators of the future. LEGO® Education solutions support your teaching efforts with effective, structured and curriculum-relevant teaching solutions for science, technology, engineering and math (STEM).
These solutions enable students to understand challenging subjects, encourage them to develop critical thinking skills, grow their ideas, and make their own creations through playful learning experiences.
It's easy to incorporate LEGO Education's curriculum-relevant STEM solutions into everyday classwork. They trigger engagement and stimulate learning by asking students to solve challenges that they can relate to. This learning by doing approach boosts learning curves and helps all of your middle school students reach curriculum targets.
Show your students how hypotheses, equations and planning translate into real-world solutions, skills and successes. Through real-life themes and engaging self-confident physical, and digital creation we grow and develop 21st century learning skills. This combination of teamwork, communication and collaboration enables your students to become more independent and self-confident.
Everything is fully planned so you can concentrate on teaching your students, not on handouts or lesson plans. We offer detailed lesson plans that you can use as they are or as a guideline that you can customize to your needs. The products themselves are designed to be simple to learn but leave plenty of room for ongoing exploration: rewarding first-timers and those that spend hours a day deep in learning.