If you have been to an educational technology conference in the last 5 years, you have seen more and more emphasis placed on coding and robotics with robots making an appearance in conference sessions, at after hour gatherings, and certainly in the vendor hall. This is simply a reflection of what is happening in the private sector.

In 2015, it was reported that there was $71 billion spent globally on robotic applications, a figure that is expected to more than double by 2019. Europe is already adjusting its curriculum to include robots both as a teaching tools and as a technology for students to study,...

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About the Author:

Cindy Wallace is a District STEM Coordinator/ Technology Integration Specialist/ ACT Math Prep. She has been in education for 20 years; has served as a high math teacher, campus administrator, and district STEM Coordinator. Cindy is passionate about engaging students through the use of interactive technologies.