Interesting looking site.
I found this game programming toolkit from MIT similar to how NXTs program and perhaps a good way for teams to practice their programming skills without a NXT handy.
http://scratch.mit.edu – I made a few video tutorials about how easy it is to use:
It’s not NXT, but it conveys the logic like NXT IMHO and kids can play with it at home without needing a NXT kit. It supports movement, direction change, bump sensing, etc. It’s all in the context of making games, but many of the programming logic is set up almost identical.
Steve Radich - Founder and Principal of Business Information Technology Shop - www.bitshop.com
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Check out this site. Cool videos & Teacher training.
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