Robotics for kids: KinderLab Robotics’ CEO featured in Harvard Magazine
Posted By KinderLab Robotics On May 4, 2015 in Blog
A recent edition of Harvard Magazine featured an excellent, in-depth article on computing in the classroom. Our CEO and co-founder Mitch Rosenberg was inspired to respond to their editorial team.
Mitch, just like the rest of the team here at KinderLab Robotics, agrees with the author, Sophia Nguyen, that the classroom ‘should be no less mechanized than the kitchen’. This is the domain of robotics: an outlet for young children to engage in open-ended play, build social skills, connect with arts and culture – and learn programming concepts, simultaneously.
The culture of the classroom is changing rapidly. We believe it’s undoubtedly for the better. For more of Mitch’s insights on the topic, take a look at his letter to the editor – just published here.
For the original article, please click here. In the mood for a game of I Spy? Check out the cover of the March-April 2015 print edition and let us know on Facebook or Twitter when you spot KIBO!
Have questions about incorporating robotics and coding into your early education classroom? Please get in touch with our team.