Mobot_A kits

Thanks to technology developed at the University of California, Davis, with funding from the National Science Foundation, educational robots are now available to make 21st century skills accessible to students at a reasonable cost.

The launch of the Mobot-A kit follows a successful Beta program where over 300 robots were used in more than 30 high schools and middle schools to teach STEM subjects. As 3D printers become more and more common place in the classroom there’s a need for engaging projects and curriculum to tie this powerful tool into science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) subjects.

Here is a video that shows how instruction in math aligns with building and using robots in the classroom: