Content platform turns content, including robot-delivered lessons, into custom learning challenges to promote play and learning

robot-contentCWIST, a web platform supporting learning projects for students from 3 to 103, is making its content platform and education experts available to companies who want to turn their content into custom incentivized lessons.

Its newest platform partner, Famulus Robots, offers step-by-step multimedia lessons using various robots to teach science and engineering concepts.

Famulus offers multiple robots designed for education and special needs, as well as head mounted displays. Students as young as middle school can learn robotics programming with lessons powered by the CWIST platform.

Next page: How students use CWIST modules to program robots

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