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Updated: Jan 5, 2023

2022 was a great year for Robots Got Talents, We hope we have been able to provide the educational robotics community with new, professional, and easy-to-use curriculums. The video below shows a fast recap of the past year.

RGT 2022 Recap Video:

Volunteer of the year:

Abdelaziz Mohamed from RGT course development team has been selected as the best volunteer for the year 2022, after participating in developing, editing and publishing multiple educational resources throughout the year 2022. Other than being the head course developer for the Designer classroom course for BrickLink Studio 2. He has also volunteered to lead the development of the Arduino and Electronics curriculum which would be published throughout 2023-2024.

Collaboration of the year:

Not Just Bricks (NJB) founded by Diego Galvez, was selected to be the collaboration of the year 2022. We are proud to have over 10 free LEGO building instructions by Not Just Bricks on our platforms, accessed by thousands of learners and educators each month, in addition to three collaborations in classroom camps used by over 160 educational institutes from all over the world throughout 2021-2022. Thanks for the last two awesome years NJB, and we are always looking forward to more projects together.

"Not Just Bricks" is a project dedicated to the publication and dissemination of robotic projects made using several LEGO Education® sets, such as Mindstorms NXT®, EV3®, WeDo®, among others.

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