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Using Legos and Robot Kits to Break the Ice and Foster Community Development: Home

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Stephanie Taylor-Davis, Director. stdavis@iup.edu

Starting the Conversation and Facilitating Critical Thinking and Group Work with Robot Kits and Interactive Games. Technology Day Presentation. Spring 2019

Related Articles

Handy, J. (2013). A Connection Problem: Using Legos to Teach Parallelism. Teaching English in the Two Year College40(3), 308.

Hecker, L. (1997). Walking, tinkertoys, and Legos: Using movement and manipulatives to help students write. The English Journal86(6), 46-52.Available here.

Moreau, C. P., & Engeset, M. G. (2016). The downstream consequences of problem-solving mindsets: How playing with LEGO influences creativity. Journal of Marketing Research53(1), 18-30. Available : here

Morris, P. (2012). Listening and Legos™. International Journal of Listening, 26(2), 94-97. doi:10.1080/10904018.2012.678094 

Rhodes, M. (2011). Legos Build the Way to Successful Process Analysis Writing. Teaching English in the Two Year College39(1), 78.

 

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