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Students in Tanzania work on learning English and Chinese with Sphero indi in their classroom.
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From Tanzania to China: Driving Language Learning with Sphero indi

When I arrived in Tanzania to discuss a volunteering opportunity, I had no idea that it would lead to me teaching Chinese or that Sphero indi would play such a key role. Now back in the UK, I find myself reflecting on this wonderful experience.
A group of young students high-five each other at a working table in their classroom while the build with littleBits.
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6 Ways Tech Can Help Foster Social and Emotional Learning in Schools

In this article, we focus on how technology can foster social and emotional learning in schools. 
Three kids work on a challenge card for Sphero indi at their dining room table as part of their homeschool STEM lessons.
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How Sphero Robots & STEM Kits Can Elevate Homeschool Curriculum

Elevate your STEM homeschool curriculum with Sphero coding robots & STEM kits. Learn how these tech tools seamlessly integrate into the subjects you’re already teaching!
Students work on CAD designs on a laptop while building prototypes with Sphero Blueprint Build Kits.
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Learning CAD with Sphero Blueprint

Educators can use the Sphero Blueprint mechanical engineering system to teach students critical CAD skills and other important STEM concepts. Learn how! 
A high school student uses a 3D printer at school to print a prototype piece for a design.
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How 3D Printing Can be Incorporated into STEM Education

STEM lessons can often involve students designing simple machines, buildings, vehicles, and much more. But what if there was a way to turn those designs into tangible 3D objects?
Students build simple machines with Sphero Blueprint Build kits.
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Simple Machines for Kids: The Essential Tools for Aspiring Engineers

Here’s what you need to know about the six simple machines and how to introduce them to your students in STEM activities.