Available May 2019

Melbourne, Australia, April 2, 2019 – Ozobot is a robotic platform that empowers coding and STEAM education for grades K–12. The company was founded in 2012 by Nader Hamda, whose vision was to inspire children to go from consuming technology to creating it. Kids of all ages can take command of Ozobots Evo and Bit with 2 Ways to Code: connected with OzoBlockly and screen-free with Color Codes. OzoBlockly, powered by Google’s Blockly, offers five skill levels for beginning to master coders. Color Codes, made with markers or stickers on paper, teach basic coding concepts, debugging, and critical thinking through hands-on lessons and activities.

“Australia and New Zealand have both introduced national strategies to engage young minds in computer science, STEAM, and coding fundamentals,” says Ozobot’s SVP of Sales & Education, West Interian. “We’re pleased to partner with iWorld to bring Ozobot’s robots and 2 Ways to Codewith and without screens—to this forward-looking market.” A former leader in Apple’s education program and Cisco’s Internet of Things and Smart Cities divisions, Interian has extensive experience getting children and communities future-ready.
“ We are so excited to be offering the Ozobot range to our customers in ANZ. The Ozobot team truly understands the requirements of children in education and the requirements of STEM execution, with exceptional resources to support,” states Chad DeClase, Director at iWorld Australia.

Ozobot’s products, including Classroom Kits that come with 6, 12 or 18 Ozobots plus everything educators need to make incorporating STEAM and coding into their classrooms simple.

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