All competition participants have a chance to win $250 for their classrooms; Title I teachers can also apply for yearlong access to the CoderZ curriculum DERRY, N.H. – Sept. 29, 2020 – This fall, CoderZ and Amazon Future Engineer are bringing real-world industry to classrooms with the Amazon Cyber Robotics Back-to-School Challenge. In this free, three-hour virtual learning experience, students
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
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
Teachers and schools can join the competition any time before November 1 Students nationwide began a new season of fun early this morning when the Bootcamp of the Cyber Robotics Coding Competition kicked off. Hundreds of schools and class teams from over 30 states already have begun competing in the new season of the competition. In early 2019, surveyed educators
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
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.