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When it comes to primary-level science and computing, there’s much to be said for letting pupils get properly hands-on with software and equipment, and allowing them see the results of their tinkering as they go along.
‘LEGO® Education’s recently launched WeDo 2.0 resource for KS2 learners aims to do precisely that. Teachers can use the ‘SmartHub motor’, two sensors and 280 building elements contained in the core set in conjunction with the freely downloadable Curriculum Pack (which also includes the programming software) to deliver 17 engaging projects, comprising upwards of 40 hours of teaching content.
In this video shot at Bett 2016, National Association for Primary Education Vice-Chair and LEGO Education Academy Certified Trainer, Stuart Swann, gives us a brief overview of what WeDo 2.0 is capable of…
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