Thursday, July 12, 2007


Case Stories of 21st Century Instruction
for Millennial Students

Edited by: Kathleen P. King, Fordham University- Mark Gura, Fordham University

A volume in the series: Instructional Innovations in Teaching and Learning. The purpose of this book is to reach out to teachers, parents, coaches, and students who may be hoping to, or just investigating the possibility of, how to get started with robotics. At the same time, we hope to leverage the efforts of those who have been hard at work and "play" in this massive movement for many years, applaud their efforts, and provide them with documentation, support, and additional resources to reach further into the possibilities they can help create for all of us in bringing the power and potential of learning through robotics to more students, to the classroom and beyond. Not only does this book provide resources and firsthand insight into this exciting field, but it also provides one-of-a-kind perspectives of curricular applications of robotics for student learning.

Information Age Publishers - Charlotte, NC 28271 - 704.752.9125

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