|FieldActivity||Empowered Learner, Computational Thinker|
|Purpose||Мини-язык для обучения|
|ActiveNow||Project is closed|
LogoBlocks is a graphical programming language designed for the Programmable Brick, a precursor to the commercial Lego Mindstorms system, developed by the MIT Media Lab. In LogoBlocks, labeled graphical shapes represent commands in BrickLogo, an extension of Logo that provides commands for the Programmable Brick. These graphical blocks can be dragged off a tool palette on the side of the screen to a main work area where they can be placed next to other blocks to form programs. Like many visual programming environments, changes to programs may require the user to move existing statements to make room for new ones.
- LogoBlocks: A Begel, MIT Media Lab, 1996 [Begel, 1996, MIT Media Lab]