16th March 2001 at 00:00
K'Nex Education Division (EY70) is demonstrating TechnoK'Nex, its control system. The set includes pieces from the K'Nex construction system, building instructions from motorised K'Nex models, lesson plans and activities, Leonardo, an educationally designed coputer interface, and TechnoLogica control software. The program is icon based and uses basic commands. Students learn from computerised feedback and create more complex commands. K'Nex claims this structured programming encourages abstract thinking.

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