Damien works with students and teacher from around the world, bringing the effective use of technology to the classroom.  

Damien is a member of the MCP (Mindstorms Community Program), a small group of experts who collaborate with LEGO to make the MINDSTORM product better.

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Damien is a member of the VEX IQ Super User group, a small group of experts who collaborate with VEX to make the VEX IQ platform a better product 



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All books now available from Amazon!


It's taken a little while, but I now have all my LEGO Robotics teacher resource books available from Amazon.  In the process, I've been able to convert them all to full colour, something many teachers have been asking for over the years.  Unfortunately, it means we've lost the spiral binding :(

I know many teachers loved the spiral binding as it made it easy to photocopy the student worksheets out of the Classroom Activities for the Busy Teacher: NXT book.  Now that that is not as easy, I have gone and uplaoded all the student worksheets as a pdf for you to download and print out.  Even if you haven't bought my book, you can still download the worksheets and use in class (The worksheets make more sense with the book, so I do highly encourage you to buy that as well :D )

Classroom Activities for the Busy Teacher: NXT

Datalogging Activities for the Busy Teacher

Making Music with the NXT

Our Coral Reefs - LEGO WeDo and Animal Set


Click the "Books" link to see them all. 


Any questions, please don't hesitate to contact me! 

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