Robo Wunderkind wins the EdTech Awards 2020 as the Best Robotics Solution

Robo Wunderkind wins the EdTech Awards 2020 as the Best Robotics Solution

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Robo Wunderkind is proud to announce the latest news: we have been chosen as a winner of the 2020 EdTech Awards in the category Best Robotics Solution. The EdTech Awards is the leading industry program that highlights the key innovators, leaders, and trendsetters in educational technology. It recognizes "people in and around education for outstanding contributions in transforming education through technology to enrich the lives of learners everywhere."

Robo Wunderkind wins the EdTech Awards 2020 as the Best Robotics Solution

We are proud and grateful to be chosen by EdTech Digest, the industry opinion leader behind the Awards program celebrating its 10th anniversary this year. This distinction once again makes Robo Wunderkind stand out as a highly effective educational solution with a big learning value and numerous learning outcomes, supported by worldwide awards and trusted by thousands of customers and educational institutions worldwide.

Robo Wunderkind builds tools that enhance the way kids play, learn, and create with tech in school and at home. Our award-winning robotics kits empower kids (ages 5-14) to learn to code through the joy of play. We believe that technology should play a crucial role in 21st-century education, and with the right tools, it empowers children for the lifetime love of learning. Our products inspire kids (and educators) to engage with technology in a creative way.

Robo Wunderkind is an Austrian-based company with an international team, founded in 2014. Our robotics kits, apps, and curriculum are designed to support the basic developmental needs of K-5-aged children, enhancing their experiences of getting to know the world around them, and encouraging them to create with technology. Robo Wunderkind comes with the ideal cognitive stimulation for children, allowing them to do what their peers have never been able to previously – to construct and program robots while simultaneously engaging coding as a natural skill.

To learn more about how Robo Wunderkind is teaching kids to code through the joy of play, please visit our home page and our blog.

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