Your ally in teaching coding and promoting student well-being.
Integrate robotics into open-ended teaching of any subject.
Engage and teach students coding at earlier points in education.
Discover the basics of programming and explore more advanced topics.
Learn to teach coding while students practice problem-solving, critical thinking, and computational thinking.
Eduscape is the exclusive distributor of Photon in North America.
Photon integrates with many software systems.
Additionally, Photon is compatible with Windows, Mac iOS, Chromebook, and Android.
The robot allows educators to carry out both general early-school classes as well as specialized technical subjects and computer science.
Separate applications and methodological housing were prepared for each stage of education.
Photon wins awards
When creating a great product for students, every detail matters. Photon is the world’s first robot that develops and grows with each student.
Photon provides an engaging way to teach students coding as early as Pre-K to middle school and beyond. Coding teaches students skills that transfer to other areas: Collaboration, Problem Solving, Computational Thinking and Creativity.
Enables teachers to integrate age appropriate coding into lessons and engage students in content.
Discover. Develop. Advance.
Discover the magic of modern education. Photon is the most technologically advanced educational robot available on the market. It has a whole range of interactive sensors, making it a great teaching tool and perfectly diversifies classes. It is extremely durable and ready to use right out of the box.
Perfect for both younger and older students. Photon is able to be used in every stage of education. Teachers can use specially prepared class scenarios to introduce students to the basics of programming or take advantage of more advanced opportunities thanks to the applications available.
Teaches group work and develops logical thinking. The robot in connection with the scenarios is adapted to conduct group activities. The element of creativity in class helps students develop the critical thinking and collaboration skills they need to succeed in the future.
Visual Coding with Photon
In this hands-on course, you will learn how easy coding with Photon is for young children and students who are pre-readers. You will learn to program Photon. You’ll explore the sensors and functions that control Photon. At the conclusion of this course, you’ll be able to operate Photon and seamlessly integrate Photon into your lesson plans.
Taking Photon Around the Block
In this hands-on course, you will get started with block coding of Photon and be able to take your programming to the next level. You will learn how to program Photon and integrate coding into your classroom. By the completion of this course, you will be able to write a block program and be able to share the purpose of the program with your peers.
In this hands-on course, you will learn how to use 8 Photons at a time for team coding and cooperative coding. At the conclusion of this course, you’ll be able to design specific activities for Photon.
Transitional Coding with Photon
Text-based coding can be intimidating. In this course, you will learn a simple way to use text based coding to code Photon. You will be able to introduce your students to text based coding while still using a block structure. In this course, you will become familiar with the text that you will need to transition to text based coding languages. By the completion of this course, you will be able to integrate text based coding with Photon into your lessons.
Scratching the Coding Surface with Photon
In this hands-on course, you will learn how to code your Photon with Scratch, a free online coding platform. You will learn how to use Scratch’s block based software to control your Photon. By the completion of this course, you will be able to integrate Scratch coding into your lesson plans.
Photon Can MakeCode
Photon and Python
In this hands-on course, you will learn to code your Photon using the Python language. You will discover how easy Python is to learn text based coding, because it is a text based coding language with easy to use syntax. At the completion of this course, you will be able to integrate Photon into content lessons using Python coding.
Photon in the Content-Specific Classroom
In this hands-on course, you will examine sample lessons for using Photon in the the content-specific classroom*. You will collaborate with peers to discover how you can integrate Photon into your own classroom. At the completion of this workshop, you will be able to create and test your own lesson with Photon.
*Available for Science, Math, Language Arts, Social Studies and/or Foreign Language.
3D Printing for Photon
In this course, you will gain hands-on experience with 3D printing for Photon. You will go through the engineering design process to design a 3D object with Tinkercad, use a 3D printer to create a small item, and print a product for Photon. At the completion of this course, you will be able to employ the engineering design process to solve small problems with your students.
Engineering Design Process with Photon
In this course, you will gain hands on experience employing the engineering design process to solve a problem. At the completion of this course, you will be able to use the engineering design to design a problem for your students to solve.
integrate coding and robotics into any grade and any subject
DR. CHRISTOPHER CATON
We used to think that we needed a different robotics coding solution for every grade level or range. Photon provides the kind of flexibility that allows us to integrate coding and robotics into any grade and any subject. Even teachers who are apprehensive to use technology have found Photon to be just as friendly to use as its looks suggest. Photon has allowed us to be creative in designing assessments that not only meet the standards of the subject but integrate the STEM principles that we sometimes struggle to integrate across the curriculum.
Photon is robust because it lets students engage at their own level and in their own way, but also ensuring there are opportunities for problem-solving in every interaction. Whether it’s a preschooler acting out the program as he’s programming or a middle school student wanting to make Photon do a dance complete with color changes and loops in the programming, students jump into thinking with Photon within 30 seconds of being introduced to it, and they can all learn something in a short time by interacting with it.
students jump into thinking with Photon within 30 seconds
Dr. Chandra Orrill
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