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Invitation to LEGO Education Community

If you are involved in LEGO Education, then this may be the perfect place for you to discuss with your peers.  Below is a copy and paste of the original invitation.  The target audience includes parents involved in FLL and people with a general interest in learning and using LEGO in learning, so teachers and other educators.  However, due to the nature of the moderation of the posts, people under 18 years of age are not allowed, so it’s for adults only.


Dear all,

I would like to invite you to the new LEGO Education Community. This is your opportunity to share all of your great work, ask questions, celebrate your expertise with like-minded peers and get in touch with the right people. The LEGO Education Community has been developed in close cooperation with teachers, and it is therefore a community tailored teachers, administrators, and other professionals in the education industry. From the information below you will experience how easy it is to connect, share great ideas, engage in discussions of hot topics, and upload and download interesting lesson plans. LEGO Education employees will of course also be present in the community to answer questions and to ensure conversations are kept in an open and friendly tone. Finally, I can tell you that it is a global community and everybody speaks English.

How to register in and engage with the community: 

Go to LEGOEducation.com/Community

  • Please visit the Getting Started CATEGORY to get the best start possible in the Community.
  • To engage in the community you will have to get a LEGO ID. You will find the Registration and Login options at the top right corner of the Community. You can also create a new topic or reply to a post and you will be asked to register right away.
  • You also have the opportunity to share your great ideas, lesson plans and activities in the unique Lesson Plan Library. Here it is possible to receive feedback, likes and input on both new, untried material as well as well thoroughly tested activities.

Please do not hesitate to contact the LEGO Education Community Manager at: jane.meldgaard.johansen@lego.com if you have questions or comments regarding the community.

About Xander

Xander Soldaat is a Software Engineer and former Infrastructure Architect. He loves building and programming robots. He recently had the opportunity to turn his robotics hobby into his profession and has started working for Robomatter, the makers of ROBOTC and Robot Virtual Words.