VEXcode VR is for experimenting with different ways to program a robot. To encourage self-directed learning, new projects can be created and played in seconds.
While I was teaching, many of the parents I interacted with had a great deal of empathy for the difficulty of the teaching profession.
Unfortunately, March saw the closure of most, if not all, schools across the country. As we discussed during our most recent webinar, we are committed to helping teachers as they adjust to the demands of distance learning.
Currently, there are nearly 1.5 billion students worldwide who are home from school due to the coronavirus pandemic. At VEX Robotics, we are working hard to meet the reality that over 60 million teachers are now being asked to teach from their living rooms instead of their classrooms.
We are all in the middle of watching history unfold as a result of the Coronavirus (COVID-19). Schools and businesses are closing, and there is uncertainty as to when they will reopen, let alone when things will get back to “normal.”
Groundhog day brought some good news in early February, as Punxsutawney Phil predicted an early spring. However, that wasn’t the only good news in February, as we were able to share some new updates and products all designed to help your classroom and competition teams.