The EdCreate Edison robot creator’s kit is a 5-in-1 expansion pack construction system. It is designed to work with the Edison robot. EdCreate enriches students’ STEM education experience through interactive engineering and programming projects.
The EdCreate system can be used with Edison robots to complete five projects.
The EdBuild projects require progressive levels of coding capabilities, making them a perfect addition to the Edison programming and robotics curriculum.
EdCreate can also be used in a wide range of open-ended engineering, design and programming challenges. Open-ended projects promote creative problem solving and give students opportunities to find STEM applications to real-world scenarios.
The EdCreate Edison robot creator’s kit is a construction system consisting of 115 interlocking building blocks, pegs, gears, and other parts. The individual pieces are designed with studs and holes which are compatible with Edison robots and any other LEGO brick compatible building system.
One kit can be used to create five different EdBuilds and a range of other engineering and design challenges.
The kit can also be expanded with other LEGO brick compatible building system parts.
As always, we have created free, downloadable resources to help you get the most out of EdCreate.
The EdCreate teacher’s guide complements the EdCreate EdBuilds and EdChallenges, providing teachers and instructors with:
Download the teacher’s guide to EdCreate here or check the individual pages for each model.
Spark your student’s imaginations! These free-form challenges are open-ended engineering design projects perfect for getting students to think creatively, be resourceful and inventive. The EdCreate EdChallenges are designed to encourage creative problem solving, exploration, and the tangible application of learned skills.
All of the EdCreate EdChallenges require the use of an Edison robot. Any of the components included in the EdCreate creator’s kit, as well as additional Edison robots and any other materials selected by students, may be used.
The complete set of EdCreate resources contains the following PDFs:
We want to make robotics and computer science education available to everyone, which is why these teaching recourses have been released under a Creative Commons licence. You are free to use these resources as they are, translate them, share them or use them as the base to develop your own customised lessons.
The EdCreate teaching resources set by Brenton O’Brien and Kat Kennewell is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 International License.
Based on a work at https://www.meetedison.com.
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Looking to translate the EdCreate resources into another language? Download the translation kit to get the editable files you will need.