I was surprised to find Lego Education at CES, but I guess it makes sense. The company is launching an updated version of its WeDo robotics kit, “which is aimed at teaching science and engineering skills to elementary school students.”
I wish I was a kid again. I would have enjoyed working with the WeDo 2.0 robotics kit. It’s based on STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) learning system. It introduces students to robotics, programming and engineering concepts
Lego Education is currently selling a site-wide license to schools and charging them on the basis of pay-per-classroom. Each subscribed classroom will get a specified number of Lego’s robotics kits for $2,000.
Have fun !!!!