Replicate a KIBO Robotics Study: Protocol Request Form
Please complete the following form if you are interested in receiving a copy of our “How to Replicate a KIBO Study" protocol document (DevTech, 2016). This document guides researchers on how to evaluate a KIBO robotics (http://ase.tufts.edu/DevTech/ReadyForRobotics/index.asp) educational interventions in PreK- 2. It is also useful for educators looking for ideas for assessments to use with young children who are learning about KIBO.

This research protocol also includes copies of all of our assessments used in prior KIBO robotics studies run by the DevTech Research Group (http://ase.tufts.edu/devtech/) in the Eliot-Pearson Department of Child Study & Human Development at Tufts University (http://ase.tufts.edu/epcshd/). Devtech is led by Professor Marina Umaschi Bers (http://sites.tufts.edu/mbers01/).

Please note that in order to receive this protocol, we will also ask you to participate in a follow-up survey once you have conducted your research. When using the protocol in your work, please credit The DevTech Research Group (2016). Replicate a KIBO Study. To cite individual assessments, please refer to the papers listed in the protocol.

With questions, please contact devtech@tufts.edu

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