At CoderZ, we believe STEM and Computer Science education are essential for the future and should be universally available to all kids.
So we built a gamified coding platform that makes it easy for anyone to learn (and teach), using robots to bring the subject matter to life!
We are computer programmers, robotics developers, scientists, engineers, mathematicians, gamers, and teachers—with decades of experience. With our powers combined, we design and develop tech-based solutions that bring what’s next in computer science to everyone.
Grounded in STEM and coding, CoderZ trains students grades 4 and beyond in computational thinking and technical ability. Confronted with real-world problem-solving, students must adapt to advance, strengthening their inner coach and developing the skills they'll need beyond the classroom.
Preparing today’s kids for tomorrow’s careers is more challenging than ever with the rapid-fire development in technology. No one is entirely sure what jobs or obstacles 2050 will bring, but one thing is for certain: the role of STEM and computer science will be pivotal. So it’s crucial that more educators keep up with the pace, using the best tools to equip students with the skills they’ll need to succeed.
No matter the place, all kids should have access to better tools for learning STEM. That means leveraging technology to maximize the four Cs of education: Critical thinking, Collaboration, Creativity and Communication. We built CoderZ on these principles to strengthen STEM Ed for any student in any district.
Our mission is to create engaging and innovative educational solutions that empower kids to realize their full potential in the world of technology and develop essential life skills.
No prior teaching experience, no expensive hardware. Just a gamified online platform that takes the complexity out of teaching STEM and computer science.
Our virtual robots are ready and eager to knock down the barriers to equitable STEM education, from gender biases, to socio-economic challenges, dated education methods, and more.
The best teaching tools are the ones that inspire discovery. Because learning about robots is awesome, but learning like a robot isn’t.
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