Exams are directly visible to teachers, but not visible to students unless the teacher activates them. Remember that you can check the exam prior to activating it for your students by visiting the course to which the exam belongs.
All the courses are designed for self-learning. The courses include step-by-step explanations, exercises to practice with the simulated robots, and exams with automatic correction.
Teachers can follow their students' progress on the Teacher’s Panel, which includes for every student the units visited, the amount of time dedicated to each one, the exams taken, and the certificates earned.
There is a Forum that the students can access and post their questions. The Forum is located on the lower right corner under the tag Get Help.
Questions are answered within 24 hours.
Having a license allows the students to access all the courses available in the academy. It just depends on the time they want to dedicate and the instructions from the teacher.
Once the license expires, the students will still be able to access all the code and files created.
Students can download the code created during the course, and put it in the robot or their local computer at any point in time.
In this webinar, you will learn step-by-step how you can start teaching robotics to your students online, using free resources.
Points that we will cover: