LEGO Education solutions for the classroom environment continues to grow with students as they engage at every level, providing hands-on experiences that stimulate communication, creativity, collaboration, and critical thinking skills. When students learn with LEGO bricks, coding tools, and supporting lesson plans for teachers, they ignite their natural curiosity and sharpen their scientific inquiry, engineering design, and data analysis skills — so they can succeed in their STEM classes today and realise their full potential as digital citizens and leaders tomorrow.
Lego Robotics in the classroom requires the Lego EV3, or older EV2 kit. The 'tub' contains the required pieces for students to develop a project, which is used in conjunction with the EV3 program that is installed onto a laptop. The EV3 program provides the interface to code and upload a program to the Lego robot.
With LEGO Education’s curriculum tools and sets, secondary students:
Use different reasoning approaches to evaluate evidence and develop theories
Create and work with data to solve problems and draw conclusions
Learn to identify problems and use appropriate tools to find and communicate solutions
Refine their use of science and engineering practices to solve problems, hone ideas, and evaluate solutions
For class-based projects and ideas with Robotics, Click Here.
For a Getting Started Guide, Click Here.