February Newsletter

February Newsletter

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Roblox Education's New Site

Come visit Roblox Education's new site at education.roblox.com. Empower more students to code by learning how to bring Roblox to the classroom. Get access to a variety of educational content including lesson plans and step-by-step tutorials. Also, you'll find a new support section with technical how-to's, marketing resources and handouts designed for parents on the educational benefits of Roblox such as safety features and digital citizenship.

Roblox Developer 101

Looking for a longer lesson plan? Try, Roblox Developer 101. It's perfect for educators looking for an introductory course with multiple sessions to help students develop coding and design thinking skills. Over the course of five sessions, students will develop skills in 3D modeling, coding, and design. Using these skills, they'll then create an adventure game where players explore, gather resources, and purchase items. 

Educator Success with Roblox 

"Roblox offers us and our summer camp partners enormous scope and potential to develop truly impressive games. And when students achieve this, the results are fantastically rewarding for all students, parents and camp staff involved with Code Kingdoms!"

Code Kingdoms
Ross Targett, Co-founder & CEO

Check Out Our Latest Content 

Roblox Curriculum 
   Our curriculum includes featured lesson plans,
   handouts, and step-by-step tutorials for ages 10
   and up. 

Additional Education Related Sources 

Education Main Page 

Education FAQ

Classroom Setup Guide

Roblox Press Kit

Roblox Parent's Guide 

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