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  • Mother’s Day and Social Media: 8 Tips For Rising Above Mom-Shaming
    by Heather Myers on May 12, 2019 at 4:22 pm

    Most mothers—new and seasoned vets alike—are always on the search for answers. We are constantly looking for effective tools and strategies to raise our kids, especially when it comes to baby sleep methods, potty training, or discipline techniques. When we are unsure of what to do, we seek out the advice of others. But what […]

  • Pollen Love With Bees: Why They Are Important To The Environment
    by Heather Myers on April 9, 2019 at 4:19 pm

    It’s getting swarm outside, which means our little yellow friends are becoming more active outside the hive. While they may be seen as a nuisance for some, it is un-bee-lievable what these little insects do for us. Okay, we’re done pollen your leg with all the bee puns, for now. What do bees do for […]

  • 4 Ozobot Earth Day Activities to Celebrate our Planet of Programming
    by Danielle Garcia on April 5, 2019 at 12:47 am

    Welcome to April, everyone! This month houses the day of celebration for our wonderful world, Earth Day, so we thought we’d share some of our ideas to bring the planet party to classrooms everywhere. We can all make efforts to raise awareness for how to best appreciate our home and habitat. Even Pantone’s color of […]

  • Earth Day Lesson Plans for Any STEAM Subject
    by Amanda Dodge on April 3, 2019 at 4:36 pm

    Earth Day is a great way to engage students in STEAM learning. While the concept of environmental conversation is largely science-based, you can talk about the Earth in any subject. Check out these lesson plan ideas to rock your classroom on April 22 and create memorable activities that also help students learn. Our 5 Favorite […]

  • Women’s History Month: Eight Books to Inspire Elementary-Age Feminists
    by Amanda Dodge on March 28, 2019 at 4:02 pm

    Women’s History Month is a time to honor those women who fought to give girls the opportunities they have today. However, we tend to forget that history happens every day. History happens when a young woman enters the science lab, runs for city council or joins the football team. History happens when a teenager looks […]

  • How to Train Teachers in Our 2 Ways to Code
    by Adrienne White on March 28, 2019 at 12:43 am

    At Ozobot Edu, we’re hyper aware of the pressures schools are under to incorporate coding into their curricula. Ninety percent of parents want their kids to learn computer science and coding, yet only 35 percent of high schools currently teach it. Plus, there’s economic demand. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the U.S. will […]

  • Our Favorite Ozo-Things Shared On Social This Month
    by Heather Myers on March 27, 2019 at 5:48 am

    The month of March is already coming to an end. Our Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook feeds have been filled with Dr. Seuss activities, Women’s History Month inspo, and St. Patrick’s Day lessons. The spring season is upon us, symbolizing growth and new beginnings, which we’ve also loved seeing this month! We’re excited to share with you […]

  • Women’s History Month: The Top 30 Female-Identifying Teachers to Follow on Twitter
    by Amanda Dodge on March 22, 2019 at 1:38 am

    Students get so much more out of the classroom than the set curriculum. They learn about societal norms, what they like and don’t like, and who they can be someday. Teachers have an enormous responsibility in educating the next generation, and many go above and beyond to create a safe, engaging classroom that promotes a […]

  • Names to Know: 20 Women Shaping the Tech Sector
    by Amanda Dodge on March 21, 2019 at 2:07 am

    The technology sector hasn’t always been welcoming to women, and in many ways it still has a long way to go. However, more women are speaking up about the hardships they face, and other women are stepping in to help. Today’s modern tech woman builds others up, pioneers new ideas that will change the world, […]

  • Tech TOSAs 101: 10 Tips for Teachers on Special Assignment
    by Danielle Garcia on March 20, 2019 at 5:28 am

    What exactly IS a Tech TOSA? We are lucky to have two former Teachers on Special Assignment in our community of Ozobot educators, Amanda Taylor and Christina Whitmire, who sat down with us to explain the role in their own words and provide tips and tricks for new or aspiring Tech TOSAs. Amanda Taylor began her […]

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