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Revolução Educacional STEM para
estudantes do ensino fundamental.

A VEX

     A VEX Robotics é uma plataforma de robótica criada por engenheiros da NASA com o propósito de estimular alunos a compreender os elementos científicos desenvolvidos em sala de aula através do conceito de prototipagem e engenharia. 

   A Plataforma da VEX é a base da maior competição STEM do mundo, distribuída em mais de 35 países e utilizada por mais de 500.000 alunos e professores em desafios locais, regionais e nacionais.

  Na VEX, imaginamos um mundo onde cada estudante tem a oportunidade de ser inspirado pela emoção de colocar a mão na massa da aprendizagem, conhecendo a sensação de criar algo com a tecnologia.

   Queremos que pessoas de todas as idades e origens percebam que a resolução criativa de problemas é um caminho para um aprendizado divertido, reconhecendo a importância da educação STEM para moldar os alunos que irão resolver os problemas do amanhã.

A melhor plataforma de robótica educacional do mundo
para estudantes do ensino médio, ensino superior e além.

O que é Educação STEM?

 

STEM é um acrônimo para ciência, tecnologia, engenharia e matemática. Um currículo baseado na idéia de educar os alunos em quatro disciplinas específicas – (S)CIÊNCIA, TECNOLOGIA, ENGENHARIA e MATEMÁTICA, através de um  abordagem interdisciplinar e aplicada. Ao invés de ensinar as quatro disciplinas como sujeitos separados e discretos, STEM integra-os em um paradigma de aprendizagem coesa baseado no mundo real.

Um modelo de educação, crítico para a preparação de nossos futuros médicos, engenheiros, pesquisadores, cientistas de foguetes, designers, programadores, entre outros. Nos últimos dez anos, A educação STEM se tornou a chave de acesso ao conhecimento integrado e plural, capaz de desenvolver a mente do indivíduo para todo tipo de trabalho.

 

Estudantes do ensino fundamental formam equipes
e superam desafios de engenharia robótica competindo
em busca da melhor pontuação.

A maior competição de robótica do mundo e a que está crescendo
mais rápido em que estudantes do ensino médio e superior formam
equipes, projetam e batalham com seus robos pela glória máxima.

12th of novembro 2018 06:00 PM Link
"Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world." - Nelson Mandela #MondayMotivation #FoodforThought #VEXRobotics #omgrobots
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9th of novembro 2018 06:00 PM Link
Sammy was caught taking in the beautiful blue skies in Hawaii! Where do you think Sammy will be seen next? #FindSammy #omgrobots
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8th of novembro 2018 06:00 PM Link
We are so thankful the impact #STEM has made in the world so far! It is amazing to see so many young students immersed in the world of technology and robotics. #ThankfulThursday #STEMDay #omgrobots
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7th of novembro 2018 07:04 PM Link
You can’t have robotics class without teaching programming. Students can program their robots through mazes, to manipulate objects, or even just to move in a straight line (it's harder than you think)! Check out VEX Coding Studio here, https://www.vexrobotics.com/vexedr/products/programming #omgrobots
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26th of outubro 2018 06:30 PM Link
Girl Powered is truly a global initiative. Awesome photos from a recent workshop in Ecuador! #GirlPowered
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24th of outubro 2018 05:15 PM Link
Over the weekend, the second Girl Powered Flagship event was held at Texas Instruments with an amazing group of girls in attendance excited about STEM and robotics! A big thanks to everyone who made the event a success. Check out the event photos here, www.flickr.com/photos/vexrobotics/albums/72157699514415092.
23rd of outubro 2018 05:00 PM Link
Sally Ride was the first American woman and youngest American to go into space. She received a masters in science and a doctorate in physics. Ride continued to influence and work in the space program and encouraged students, particularly girls, to pursue science. #WomenInSTEM
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20th of outubro 2018 09:30 PM Link
Today we welcomed over 300 brilliant young innovators from around Dallas to Texas Instruments to our annual Girl Powered flagship event. We hope these girls walk away from the experience with an understanding for the community that is here to support them through their journey in robotics and STEM. Special thanks to the Robotics Education and Competition Foundation for supporting this initiative with us!
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20th of outubro 2018 09:08 PM Link
What an incredible day at our second annual #GirlPowered event today at Texas Instruments! A special thanks to Texas Instruments, Girl Scouts of Northeast Texas, Dr. Knatokie, our Ask an Engineer speakers, all of the volunteers and students who made today such a success!
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20th of outubro 2018 03:02 PM Link
Thank you to Dr. Knatokie for delivering an awesome keynote today at the #GirlPowered Flagship event!
"Keep believing in yourself, never lose that curiosity and know that you always deserve to be in the room and in the conversation." #womeninstem #omgrobots #womenempowerment #stem
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20th of outubro 2018 01:06 PM Link
It's truly amazing to see everyone come together to inspire more girls in robotics and to redefine the face of STEM. #GirlPowered
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20th of outubro 2018 12:11 PM Link
The attendees are arriving and the event is about to start! These students are in for a fun-filled day full of activities, speakers and more! #GirlPowered
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18th of outubro 2018 05:15 PM Link
Amanda Leslie is a Product Marketing Engineer for Texas Instruments (TI), and collaborates with companies around the world to engineer better products across a variety of industries. To learn more and to brainstorm questions to ask her, visit www.girlpowered.com/women-in-stem! #GirlPowered
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17th of outubro 2018 05:00 PM Link
Ask an Engineer Speaker, Hope Shimbauku, brings nearly two decades of experience from the USPTO as an engineer and intellectual property engineer. For more information on Hope and example questions to ask her, please visit www.girlpowered.com/women-in-stem!
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16th of outubro 2018 05:01 PM Link
Headed to the Girl Powered Flagship Even this Saturday? Michelle Johnson, Ph. D. will be one of our Ask an Engineer Speakers. Michelle is an assistant professor of physical medicine and rehabilitation at UPenn. To learn more about her and to brainstorm questions to ask her, visit www.girlpowered.com/women-in-stem!
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15th of outubro 2018 05:00 PM Link
Fellow robotisist and Ask an Engineer Speaker, Vivian Chu, co-founded Diligent Robotics as CTO to create a future powered by robots that work seamlessly with humans. To learn more about her and to brainstorm questions to ask her, visit www.girlpowered.com/women-in-stem!
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12th of outubro 2018 05:00 PM Link
Today we want to spotlight 83242A and 76921B, the two teams that make up Team Tunisia. These six girls are inspiring leaders who hope to make a positive change in their community. Best of luck! #MeetTheTeam
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11th of outubro 2018 03:39 PM Link
To invent today's tomorrow. To make a difference. To ensure equal representation. These are just a few of the things that the Girl Powered Pledge encompasses. It's more than a pledge. it's a promise. #DayOfTheGirl
11th of outubro 2018 02:52 PM Link
The final Carnegie Mellon Robotics Academy Webinar over transitioning to VEX Coding Studio is starting at 2:30 CST, be sure to tune in!
9th of outubro 2018 05:00 PM Link
At only 12 years old, Rachel Zimmerman invented the Blissymbol printer, which allows those with disabilities to talk, record thoughts, write, and send emails by touching a screen. Today, she works at NASA and hopes to continue to assist those with disabilities. #WomenInSTEM
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