Robotix

10 Dec 18
Joia Reeder

I am not entirely sure how to bring all what I did this semester into a nicely formatted blog post with beautiful documentation. Because honestly, this semester was a chaotic, messy, confusing few months. As I have said before, I was really mistaken on what I thought I would get done this semester and how […]

29 Nov 18
Miraflores Digital

This week we are going to talk about extracurricular activities of our school. One of the extracurricular activities we have is football and it is the most popular among students. The teacher is Natali, they train Mondays and Tuesdays in the pavillion at 17:15 pm.  They make matches and games. The kids ages are from […]

20 Nov 18
Screamer's Retro Flashbacks!

I love this photo above, of Frank Welker & Peter Cullen from Hascon, Frank, of course, was Megatron in the 80’s Transformers cartoon, and Peter was Optimus Prime! Both are still very active in the Transformers community, but, I myself, am more of a G1 fan! Editor’s Note: As Thanksgiving nears, and many of us […]

18 Nov 18
robotix

Thanks for joining me! Good company in a journey makes the way seem shorter. — Izaak Walton

06 Nov 18
The Captain of Class

Earlier this year a student from my room hurt the feelings of a peer by pointing out a physical characteristic that contrasted the child’s appearance with the other kids in the classroom. The rudeness was unintentional (Whitman, n.d.), but painful nonetheless.  The only reason that I knew about this interaction was the hurt child came […]

23 Oct 18
Aural Aggravation

Front & Follow – 26th October 2016 Christopher Nosnibor In the last property I rented, I suffered an infestation of moths. It may sound amusing, but it wasn’t. the larvae of said moths devoured chunks of carpet under the bed and in various other places in the bedroom and other spots on the first floor. […]

22 Jan 18
Tyn Can Learning

What an exhausting week but very worthwhile. We met some really lovely people and had some very interesting conversations regarding the future of education and how digital technology can be a positive force in society in the future. We are very pleased to be working with Robotix and we launched two new products PlayBits and RoboBricks both […]

22 Jan 18
Tyn Can Learning

What an exhausting week but very worthwhile. We met some really lovely people and had some very interesting conversations regarding the future of education and how digital technology can be a positive force in society in the future. We are very pleased to be working with Robotix and we launched two new products PlayBits and RoboBricks both […]

18 Oct 18
Inc42 Media

In July this year, YES BANK launched YES SCALE, a multi-sector accelerator programme aimed at helping startups working in areas of Smart City, CleanTech, Agritech, Lifesciences Tech, and EduTech. Recently, on October 9, YES BANK hosted the Pitch Day for its Smart City Accelerator programme. Under the YES SCALE initiative, the startups will undergo an […]

08 Oct 18
The Captain of Class

For years I’ve let my students bring in a snack, but I usually have them eat it while working. I tried that this year, but quickly realized that this wasn’t going to work. Because of an early lunch, my students and I have a very long afternoon. Our math time is from 11:30 to 12:30. […]

28 Sep 18
NoticeBard

About Gravitas VIT has always been at the forefront in the technological developments, has contributed to societal transformation and achieved several accolades across the globe. VIT strongly believes that a societal transformation is possible only when the technologies developed by young innovators reach the common woman and man. This is the central thrust of our […]

24 Sep 18

COMMUNITY DATA My middle school is located in Richmond, B.C., a beautiful city betwixt two arms of the Fraser Rivers, which provides stunning vistas of our dyke system and waterways. The population as of April, 2018, was 224, 945, making Richmond the 4th largest city in British Columbia. This infographic demonstrates some interesting statistics collected […]