25th April 2018
Students use programs to run robots. Missions are built sequentially on the knowledge of previous activities. The first missions have step-by-step programming instructions that gradually lead students to create their own programs in later missions. Students use and apply math and science concepts to direct their robots through a variety of challeng.
Play: Bot comes to life with the push of a button, showing off Tricks like Follow, Music, and Escape.
Create: Code with color and markers.
Explore: Connect to the app and check out games, friends, and infinite creative ideas.
Share: your creations with the whole class.
Evaluation: The Teacher uses rubric «a scoring guide used to evaluate the quality of students’ constructed responses».
Rubrics contain evaluative criteria, quality definitions for those criteria at this level of achievement, and a scoring strategy. They are presented in table format and can be used by the teacher when marking, and by students when planning their work. Rubrics are used with formative assessment purposes, and have a positive impact on students’ learning.