Black Invention Solves Classroom Behavior Problems
The Digibots Classroom Adventures Series created by Dyke Robinson addresses inappropriate behaviors in the classroom for school-age children (K 3rd Grade).
Jo-Carolyn Goode | 9/16/2014, 1:41 p.m.
Nationwide (BlackNews.com) -- Digibots is a unique concept created by African American Dyke Robinson, who developed his innovative toy and publishing company to address inappropriate behaviors in the classroom for school-age children. Inappropriate classroom behaviors are the leading cause why classroom instruction does not occur. He goal is make his product accessible to every child on the planet; He wants all of them to have a copy of the Digibots Classroom Adventure series.
Included in the series is a Digibot Teacher and all of the students: Kelsey, Shelby, Lisa, Lee, Hong, and Jason. This powerful and compelling concept addresses issues in the classroom like: name-calling, cheating, disturbing other's property, speaking without raising your hand, wandering around the classroom, tardiness, turning attention away from the teacher, fighting, uncontrollable laughter, sharing, and inappropriate tasks.
Digibots was designed to be used by schools, churches, daycares, home school facilities, and/or parents, grandparents, or any and every entity that has a child in a learning environment. Children in the 4-8 year old age range and of diverse backgrounds really enjoy the stories because they involve creative thinking, discussion and participation. Furthermore, the book is colorful and the seven characters are placed through-out the stories to keep the child's attention. The series also includes a behavioral curriculum that can be used in grades K-3, which gives children additional insight that is needed throughout the learning process.
Robinson, the founder and creator of the product, has a Master's Degree in Guidance and Counseling and is very committed to helping children function properly in the classroom environment. Robinson says he believes that Digibots will one day change the classroom environment for all children, on the world stage. "Kids just love the Digibots!," he says.
For more details, visit www.Digibots.com