Title: Russian robots for kids, controlled by Scratch
Date: 2015-11-03 00:00
Modfied: 2015-11-03 00:00 Tags: report, coding, teaching Status: published Slug: 2015-11-03-derekmoscow Authors: BREEN Derek ICBM: 55.755826, 37.6173 GeoPosition: 55.755826;37.6173 GeoPlacename: Moscow GeoRegion: RU Summarytext: Article in progress, first videos online: Derek Breen teaching Scratch in Moscow and meeting very intersting robot geeks Summary:
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Extras: youtube playlist
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about the author: Derek is author of the book Scratch for kids for dummies and currently traveling around the world.
This article is in progress and will be updated in the next days.
Derek managed to make a youtube playlist with several videos in Moscow, showing interesting russian robots that can be programmed via Scratch:<iframe width="560" height="315" src="https://www.youtube.com/embed/videoseries?list=PLOJbImijbLrQlvkpdufjNWsxGz6CAmWPe" frameborder="0" allowfullscreen></iframe>
The guy explaining the robots is Pavel Frolov
Here is the Scratchduino website (with extensive press resources):
Here's his parent company (he is CEO) with links to other sites-most in Russian only: