No city is born in a day. Fortunately, unlike ancient Romans, we have robots and technology to help us create marvellous environments for people. Assemble and code robots designed after some of the most important machines in modern cities.
If you want to make robots, upgrade them and experiment, follow this series! You will discover genuine mechanisms that sort, transfer, detect, or count various objects and solutions that used to innovate industries around the world.
All you need is a computer, an internet connection, and a robotics set (LEGO WeDo 1.0, or WeDo 2.0, or LEGO Mindstorms NXT, or EV3). One kit can be used to teach up to two children. A video projector may be used to support your lesson, but it's not required.
No. Our lesson plans are easy to follow and do not require any specialist knowledge. Once you purchase your subscription, you will be able to log in to the RoboCamp teaching platform and conduct your entire lesson step-by-step. Every lesson includes instructions on how to build every robot model and code the program, topical introduction with STEAM elements and cross-sections to help students understand how the model actually works. As teacher, you have access to the entire lesson content, scenarios, and any worksheets and additional materials we've prepared for each lesson. If you'd like to learn more, we strongly encourage you to sign up for one of our free webinars.
Yes, of course! Please contact us directly for information regarding discounts for teachers and for managers of non-commercial education projects.
All paid subscriptions give you access to all RoboCamp lessons. The price primarily depends on the number of Teacher Accounts, i.e. the number of teachers conducting robotics classes. To compare all other features, go here.
Certainly. You can easily reach us by sending a message to firstname.lastname@example.org, or even talk to one of our consultants directly - simply pick a date to book you call.