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  • Music to Our Ears: An Interview With Singer & QA Director Stewart Wilson-Turner
    by Heather Myers on September 17, 2019 at 3:52 pm

    If genuineness had a face, it would be Stewart Wilson-Turner’s. Our very own Ozobot Quality Assurance Director, Stewart, is one of the nicest, warmest people out there. This is a man who brings roses to all of us at Ozobot HQ on Valentine’s Day every year. Not only are we thrilled that he is a […] The post Music to Our Ears: An Interview With Singer & QA Director Stewart Wilson-Turner appeared first on OzoBlog. […]

  • How Teachers Can Make Students Aware of Their Capacity to Help Others
    by Amanda Dodge on September 12, 2019 at 4:00 pm

    Do you have a student in your class who is always willing to help out? You can send them to the front office with a note, ask them to hand out papers and clean up messes, knowing they will always say yes?  Teachers often dream about having a classroom of students who are looking to […] The post How Teachers Can Make Students Aware of Their Capacity to Help Others appeared first on OzoBlog. […]

  • New York City Educators Bring Robotics and Makerspaces to Local Students
    by Amanda Dodge on September 10, 2019 at 4:32 pm

    Educators play a pivotal role in advancing the technological, robotics, and STEAM skills of the next generation. In addition to teaching students essential skills, teachers and education professionals in these fields help foster technology-related passion and curiosity.  As the most populous city in America, it makes sense that New York is a hub for makerspaces […] The post New York City Educators Bring Robotics and Makerspaces to Local Students appeared first on OzoBlog. […]

  • Google Classroom 101: A Simple Guide to Going Paperless
    by Amanda Dodge on September 6, 2019 at 5:07 pm

    Google Classroom is one of the most popular tools used by teachers today. In addition to reducing the need for paper, Google Classroom makes it easy for teachers to assign, distribute, and correct assignments from anywhere.  Whether students are working individually, in groups, or from home, Google Classroom allows a myriad of independent and collaborative […] The post Google Classroom 101: A Simple Guide to Going Paperless appeared first on OzoBlog. […]

  • STEAM-tember GIVEAWAY!
    by Cassandra Willer on September 4, 2019 at 4:43 pm

    Did you know September—or, as we like to call it, STEAMtember—is Classical Music Month? To celebrate, we’re doing a giveaway that really puts the “A” in STEAM for two lucky winners who create their own compositions using OzoBlockly! We will pick one winner for two categories: Best Classical Composition Re-creation Best Original Composition How to […] The post STEAM-tember GIVEAWAY! appeared first on OzoBlog. […]

  • 11 Exciting Lessons for Every Letter in STEAM-tember
    by Danielle Garcia on September 3, 2019 at 4:00 pm

    September, shmeptember. Around here we like to call it… STEAMtember! Feel free to laugh, because we think we’re punny. More importantly though, we are excited to keep the new school year rolling with a bunch of encouragement for STEAM learning through creative coding! Check out the free K–12 lessons for our beloved STEAM subjects below… […] The post 11 Exciting Lessons for Every Letter in STEAM-tember appeared first on OzoBlog. […]

  • Our Favorite OzoThings Shared In August
    by Heather Myers on August 29, 2019 at 4:00 pm

    It’s that time of year again: back to school! Did your summer fly by as quickly as Evo’s did? We hope that every educator out there had a wonderful, well-deserved break! As you prepare your classrooms and lesson plans, check out our favorite OzoThings shared this month Back To School Activity We always love to […] The post Our Favorite OzoThings Shared In August appeared first on OzoBlog. […]

  • Why Emotional Intelligence is the Hardest But Most Important Lesson
    by Amanda Dodge on August 27, 2019 at 4:00 pm

    There are certain lessons that will stick with students long after they leave your classroom. They might not need to use their multiplication tables every day or reference the War of 1812, but they will use skills like problem solving, critical thinking, and peer leadership. Another one of the future-ready skills Ozobot is exploring is […] The post Why Emotional Intelligence is the Hardest But Most Important Lesson appeared first on OzoBlog. […]

  • Demystifying The ‘Starving Artist’: An Interview With Artist And Engineer Nate Lubeck
    by Heather Myers on August 20, 2019 at 3:00 pm

    Many people claim to want to change the world, but how many actually take the steps to do something to help others? Our very own Ozobot Sr. Software Engineer, Nate Lubeck, is using his skills to create opportunity for change. When he’s not crafting solutions for Ozobot’s website and software products, Lubeck spends his time […] The post Demystifying The ‘Starving Artist’: An Interview With Artist And Engineer Nate Lubeck appeared first on OzoBlog. […]

  • California Pushes to Add More Computer Science Classes for All Students
    by Diego Covarrubias on August 15, 2019 at 5:00 pm

    California teachers and administrators have been busy this summer. Educators from across the state have been working on initiatives set by the state Board of Education to increase the number of computer science courses and opportunities for K-12 students.  While it is generally agreed by parents and teachers that computer science in education is essential, […] The post California Pushes to Add More Computer Science Classes for All Students appeared first on OzoBlog. […]

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