STEM for Every Student in Your District
As an educator, you strive to prepare students for the ‘real world’ and ensure they have a productive and successful future as adults. You have the advantage of knowing what skills they will need once they get there. Promoting STEM equips students to adapt to the changes and challenges of rapid economic, scientific and technological development.
21st Century Skills
You want your students to be able to successfully participate in the global economy, and to do so they need to improve their career skills to integrate into 21st century workplaces. Skills like collaboration and teamwork, creativity and imagination, critical thinking and problem solving are central to self development and progressing at the rapid pace of change of tomorrows jobs.
Traditionally, Robotics is the best way to learn STEM. It’s interdisciplinary and fun!
So why aren’t all students learning with robots? We’ve been building educational robotics programs for over 30 years and realized that robotic programs are often expensive and require instructors with specialized knowledge. As a result, 99% of students never get their hands on a robot.
A STEM and robotics program that you can implement for all your students’ needs to be:
CoderZ uses virtual robotics, online, and enables all students to learn STEM with robotics. With CoderZ students learn how to code & operate virtual robots accompanied by a step-by-step curriculum and gamified missions completely online. No need for expensive hardware or specialized training.
Thousands of students and teachers are already using CoderZ in the classroom and in online competitions.
CoderZ solves all of the challenges to starting and scaling a robotics program:
The Benefits of CoderZ
Easy to Start and Scale
CoderZ can be implemented quickly and easily since there is no need for hardware setup or software installation. Teachers, classrooms, and students can be added to the CoderZ system seamlessly and our educational robotics expert will bring your teachers up to speed in no time. No IT involvement or support is required so teachers can focus on teaching.
Digital implementation provides metrics not available in traditional robotics. Dashboards give real-time information on student progress on an individual, class and school level. You don’t need to guess anymore how engaged students and which students are doing the work. Teachers can track stats like how many times they’ve logged in, time spent in CoderZ and how many missions they attempted and completed.
Kids instinctively seek competition with their peers. Online gaming has conditioned them to compare themselves with others in every way. The Cyber Robotics Coding Competition (CRCC) by CoderZ is an online coding and robotics tournament where classes compete virtually to win a place in the finals where they meet face-to-face with other schools. Over 100,000 students have competed in the CRCC so far.
Frank Edelbut, Commissioner of the NH Department of Education.
Prepare Students Today for Tomorrow’s Workforce
Students should believe that they can become the innovators, educators, researchers, and leaders who will solve the most pressing challenges facing their nation and the world, both today and tomorrow. Not enough of the students have access to quality STEM learning opportunities and too few students see STEM as a springboard for their careers. Through effective engagement while learning to code with CoderZ, Students have the chance to develop interest in and positive attitudes toward STEM topics, as well as improved perception of their ability to participate in STEM, all of which can lead to their interest in a future STEM career.
CoderZ is for Teachers
CoderZ is for Students
Most teachers do not need training to begin teaching STEM, robotics with Coderz as it is designed to support teachers in the process and includes advanced content, guides and tutorials for teachers to mentor classes and teams, CoderZ and some of our educational partners offer online and face to face Professional Development programs to enable teachers to learn more depth and how to deliver the program in classes of all levels. Contact us for more information about Professional Development