Do you have questions about your Cubelets? You’ve come to the right place! Our Cubelets Online Workshops are designed to help you investigate the Cubelets you have – so you can help your students do even more.
While they are in beta, these workshops are currently designed for Educators, but anyone is welcome to try them out! When you complete each workshop, you will receive a Certificate of Completion that can be used for continuing education credit.
Please note: our workshops are in beta. This means we are continuously revising and refining them to make sure they are the best they can be. For now, please be aware that you must finish the workshop in one sitting. There is no way to exit out and come back to where you left off. If you exit a workshop before you finish, you will not receive your Certificate of Completion and will need to start from the beginning when you return.
Please look carefully at the estimated time each course should take – they are not all the same! And, as always, if you have any questions, you can email our Educational Designer, Emily Eissenberg at email@example.com or Tweet @modrobotics using the hashtag #CubeletsChat. If you’d like an in-person training, request information here!
This course introduces SENSE and ACT Cubelets. It emphasizes an investigative approach, and helps users understand the most basic functionality of Cubelets.
I have Cubelets. I have not taken them out of the box, or I have, but only briefly. I am confused by how they work, especially the differences between the SENSE Cubelets. Start me at the very beginning – and let’s take little steps!
This course introduces THINK Cubelets. But before we do, we introduce the concept of Data Flow Diagrams, how SENSE Cubelets can be extra tricky, and weighted average. This is a meaty course – and you’ll be zipped right along!
I can build basic Cubelets. I can identify on sight all of my SENSE and ACT Cubelets. There are several THINK Cubelets that are confusing or don’t seem to have a purpose. I often build robots that I can’t fully explain.
Cubelets robot blocks are used by educators all around the world to help students explore computational thinking, coding, and STEM.
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