Einat Gratziani

13
Dec

Cracking the code

Pitsburg Post Gazette story about the cyber robotic coding competition North Central Regional fall 2019 finals that took place on December 12, at two locations in Pennsylvania, Harrisburg University of Science and Technology and Carnegie Mellon University, and sponsored by Lincoln Intermediate Unit 12. The full article    

13
Dec

Pennsylvania Cyber Robotics Coding Competition Finals in the news

Pennsylvania’s brightest students came together to compete in the regional finals for the Cyber Robotics Coding Competition at Harrisburg University and Carnegie Mellon University. Watch our Competition Master Trevor Pope from Cleveland in the news in Pennsylvania    

2
Dec

How Can Robotics Competitions Prepare Your Students For The Workforce

We’ve talked about robotics competitions on multiple occasions before. It is pretty clear how and why do they help our students gain and strengthen a number of 21st-century skills. It is also evident that robotics competitions and cyber robotics coding competitions are a very scalable, affordable and engaging way for your students to interact with STEM and learn the specific

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7
Nov

Engineering Smart Technology and Social Justice

Smart technology is making its way into almost every aspect of our lives. Just about everyone has a smartphone and, in some homes, smart tech has been integrated everywhere from thermostats to personal home assistants. In addition to the devices like this that are making life a little easier to manage, some pieces of smart technology are being used to

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30
Oct

Girls Can’t Code and Other Modern Myths

Have you also heard that girls can’t code? You also advocate to end the gender gap both in coding and in STEM education? We strongly believe in inclusivity, and that is why we are doing everything we can both in CoderZ and during the CRCC competitions to let the world know that anyone can learn how to code and become

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21
Oct

STEM Lessons for Historically Underrepresented Students

It’s no secret that STEM subjects are dominated by white men. But in our increasingly diverse world, can STEM fields evolve to become more inclusive? It’s certainly in the realm of possibility, especially if diligent educators help connect real-world scenarios to STEM-related lesson plans. Ethnic and racial minorities, as well as women, may need extra encouragement when entering job fields

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