How can teachers provide game-like fun and competition while promoting STEM and diverse participation in coding? On Thursday, June 20, CoderZ will host an interactive webinar on how robotics competitions can effectively engage students in STEM. The presenter will be Robin Corbeil, a technology and computer teacher at Litchfield Middle School, which won second place in New Hampshire’s 2018 Cyber
The use of robotics has not only been essential for students in the classroom, but robotics proves to be an appropriate activity even after the school day is over. For most students, spending the whole day in a classroom gets exhausting and tiring. When the day is done, kids want to spend their time doing whatever it is they really
Yes, again we are going to be talking about 21st-century skills. Although, this time we’d like to explore a different area of skills and abilities you most likely haven’t heard about, or at least, about how important they’ll be in the years to come. Most people speak -only- about critical thinking, algorithmic thinking, and analytical thinking. But if we truly
For a few years, we’ve been sharing with you a number of perspectives on education. Many are the thought leaders who thoughtfully shared their points of view on education, STEM, STEAM curricula, and cyber robotics in this, our STEM Blog. We’ve made sure you get to know Maria Montessori, Linda Liukas, Seymour Papert, Lev Vygotsky, and many other leaders who
Evolution is everything in education. As our world continues to change, particularly the use of technology, so too should the way we teach students about the world. Education is important for many reasons, including understanding what the real issues are in regards to sustainability. There’s a lot of noise online — we’re constantly bombarded with fake news and unsubstantiated claims.
What have in common the founders of Amazon and Google? Why are people with these kinds of abilities and skills leading the way our world works nowadays? How did they become the innovators they are, and what was the environment that helped them develop that praiseworthy way of thinking that is, actually, changing the world? Well, the answer is very