How RoboGarden Teaches Coding

RoboGarden will teach students different coding concepts, STEAM subjects, and good morals through a game-based environment that helps the student enjoy their education while learning to become the next coding genius

RoboGarden missions focus on teaching new programming concepts

Mission

The 'mission' is the unit of learning in RoboGarden. In each mission, K12 Students are asked to perform a task by coding. After submitting the code, RoboGarden evaluates the code and provides the Students with immediate feedback.

Think of adventures as lessons. Each adventure contains a tutorial, a tutorial quiz, five missions that focus on a coding concept that will increase in difficulty, and a quiz at the end that measures the student’s understanding of the coding concept before moving on to the next one.

Adventure

Think of adventures as lessons. Each adventure contains a tutorial, a tutorial quiz, five missions that focus on a coding concept that will increase in difficulty, and a quiz at the end that measures the student’s understanding of the coding concept before moving on to the next one.

Students gain a lot as they work through RoboGarden’s journeys. To a child, they have played a fun game for a couple of hours, learned a lot about commanding and programming.

Journey

The 'journey' is the course in RoboGarden. A RoboGarden 'journey' consists of eight 'adventures' over which the student will learn various key coding concepts and apply them to math and science scenarios. Try our free Journey Now

Journeys are built to contain stories that take place in an immersive world complete with interactive graphics and visualizations.

World

The 'world' is the environment of the 'journey' in RoboGarden. Each world is composed of a story line, objects, and visuals. This engages the Students and enables introducing supplementary knowledge of objects in different environments.

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Our Worlds

RoboGarden walks with you through different worlds with a series of journeys that teach coding from the beginner to to professional level, starting with the block programming and continuing to professional Python and JavaScript programming.

Birthday World is a great world where the student will start their coding journey with a set of missions that will teach them different coding concepts. A great party needs a lot of preparation, and the missions involve getting things ready for Robo and his friends.

Birthday Party

A great party needs a lot of preparation, and the missions involve getting things ready for Robo and his friends.

RoboGarden’s Moon World introduces students to space, where they can experience everything from the calculations required to launch rockets to the challenge of maintaining the appropriate speed and weight ratio inside the space shuttle. Students will be introduced to the different tools and equipment that the astronauts use during their journeys.

Moon World

Robo chases his dream of finishing college, getting hired by a space agency and flying to the moon.

Volcanic World is a where the student will start their coding journey through a set of missions that will teach them different coding concepts. Robo leads an expedition to a volcanic island in a quest for hidden treasure. Expeditions are a lot of work.

Volcanic Island

Robo leads an expedition to a volcanic island in a quest for hidden treasure. Expeditions are a lot of work. 

RoboGarden’s hero robot will start getting to know the Ice World by familiarizing himself with the field setup. Robo begins by planning his fishing and exploration trips. When he finds a group of scientists conducting experiments, he helps them out with his knowledge of mathematics. As Robo assists the scientists in their research, he will learn a lot about math, arrays, and sequence solving. He will also learn better methods of dividing work between himself and his friends.

Snowman

RoboGarden’s hero robot will start getting to know the Ice World by familiarizing himself with the field setup.

The Golden Mountain World is where the student will start their coding journey through a set of missions that will teach different coding concepts. Robo plans for a paintball and a dance party, but there are poisonous snakes and preying wolves lurking in the woods.

Golden Mountain

Robo plans for a paintball and a dance party, but there are poisonous snakes and preying wolves lurking in the woods.

Winter World is built around a virtual Christmas celebration. Every year at Christmastime, a special lake becomes enchanted and the town’s people find beautiful ornaments that have magically appeared on its frozen surface. Picking ornaments up off the lake’s surface is a dangerous adventure. Robo decides to help the townspeople collect the enchanted ornaments to decorate the town’s Christmas tree. He will need you to guide him since the icy lake can be treacherous. Help Robo skate across the frozen surface to safely collect the ornaments.

Winter World

Robo travels though Christmas celebrations and decorations.

What is a Journey?

The 'journey' is the course in RoboGarden. A RoboGarden 'journey' consists of eight 'adventures'. Over the course of the 'journey', the student will learn various key coding concepts and apply them to math and science scenarios.

An illustrated image that shows the approach that RoboGarden applies to teach kids to code through different journeys that consist of eight coding adventures, each of which focuses on different coding concepts, STEM subjects, good morals, and life skills view all JOURNEYS

What is an Activity?

RoboGarden activities are a collection of missions that are focused on STEM , morals and life skills while teaching coding in a fun and easy way. Try Now

RoboGarden activities are a collection of coding missions that focus on STEAM , good morals, and life skills while teaching coding in a fun and easy way View All Activities
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