We’ve discussed the benefits of STEM education multiple times. There are numerous 21st-century skills that students can obtain throughout their learning process in STEM classes. Not only the traditional skills and abilities can be strengthened, but also a number of new ones that will open even more doors for our students’ near future. That being said, we must take into
Educational Robotics allows students to learn in STEM disciplines in different ways, with the goal to facilitate students 21st-century skills and attitudes for analysis and operation of robots. One of the most effective and useful ways to learn STEM is by virtual robots. Programming virtual robots take students out of the traditional classroom atmosphere and truly transforms the space into
Coding, coding, coding. Everybody is telling you that coding is important for your students. All recent studies show that coding can prepare them for the future and offer them a unique space in which they can develop new 21st century skills and strengthen a number of useful abilities for the near future. Coding, coding, coding. But, do you really know
We’ve said it many times: the world has changed. When being part of the ongoing 4th industrial revolution there are many things we must take into consideration in order to succeed with our students, within the classroom. Today, we are going to talk about the importance of inclusivity, and how to achieve it within our STEM classes. Many say that
CoderZ, an online learning environment for learning robotics and coding with virtual robots, has been named a 2019 Tech Edvocate Award winner in the Best Coding App or Tool category. This is the third year of the Tech Edvocate Awards, which recognizes outstanding edtech products that support students across the Pre-K-20 sector by catering to identified classroom and learning needs.
Registration has officially opened for the fall 2019 national competition in the third annual Cyber Robotics Coding Competition (CRCC). The CRCC is the first-of-its-kind, online coding and robotics tournament for students in grades 5-8 that enables schools, districts, after-school programs and clubs to engage students in STEM learning. As in previous years, students will compete on the award-winning CoderZ Cyber