Learning Math and CS/STEAM with Robotics
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Overview 

This Portal allows instructors to more effectively conduct their teaching by searching for activities and creating and managing their own activities and lessons.

This is also a place where instructors can share their resources for a variety of robotics, coding, math, science, and art activities with the growing RoboBlockly user community.

Public Access

RoboBlockly and its Free Curriculum may be accessed by anyone. Users can also create free accounts, which allow them to save their RoboBlockly programs in the cloud and access them on the File pageUse the  Search  button at the top of the RoboBlockly page (or the Search page itself) to search lessons and activities that are publicly accessible.

Students of an Instructor

If you are a student registered in a RoboBlockly class, you can sign in to:

  1. Access the RoboBlockly Prime Curriculum. (It may also be accessed using the quick-access menu at the top of the RoboBlockly page.)

  2. Complete your homework assignments and get feedback from your teacher through My Classes.

  3. Use the  Search  button or the Search page to search for lessons and activities in Prime Curriculum.

Instructors

If you are an instructor, you can sign in to:

  1. Access the RoboBlockly Prime Curriculum. (It may also be accessed using the quick-access menu at the top of the RoboBlockly page.)

  2. Send comments and suggestions for activities and lessons to the developers, and get support for using the Prime Curriculum, by using either the  Send Feedback for this Lesson  button at the bottom of RoboBlockly lessons and activities, or the general Feedback link in the bottom header. The Contact Us link in the bottom header can be used for general inquiries.

  3. Use the My Classes page to manage your classes, create student accounts and groups, assign homework, grade student submitted homework with statistics analysis for grades, use class and assignment templates, and share classes and assignments with other teachers. Instructions and guidance is provided in the Instructor's Guide and Video Tutorials on How to Use the Class Management Systems (CMS).

  4. Create activities and lessons using the methods outlined in the Developer's Guide. An easy way to get started is to copy an activity to create a new one. The resources in this RoboBlockly Portal are available under the RoboBlockly Activity Attribution License.

  5. Use the  Search  button or Search page to search lessons, activities, and tests in the Prime Curriculum, as well as lessons and activities in the Instructor's Guide and Developer's Guide.