Contests and Events
Sneak Peek of CoderZ League
The leading virtual robotics competition for schools
Boost excitement for STEAM learning this fall with the most inclusive, most fun virtual robotics competition. CoderZ League (https://coderzleague.com), formerly known as Cyber Robotics Coding Competition (CRCC) is an exciting event for students of all levels to learn about coding while programming their own virtual robot. Students work together in teams to unlock new games and challenges in a quest to get to the finals, hosted virtually this year due to COVID-19 restrictions.
Register for CoderZ League’s webinar to learn:
– More about the upcoming competition, including an exclusive first look at the new challenges.
– Why educators from around the world are registering their schools, clubs, and classes.
– What you can do to get started.
You’ll hear directly from former CRCC participants as they share their experience and how it impacted student outcomes.
This webinar is perfect for curriculum and instructional leaders, STEAM teachers and clubs, and administrators looking for web-based resources to enhance robotics and coding knowledge, build lasting excitement for STEAM, and offer flexible learning opportunities that encourage all students to participate.
The webinar will take place on September 2nd at 3:00 am – 4:00 (ET).
See all our past webinars and information about upcoming webinars here.
We are excited to launch CoderZ League (formerly known as CRCC). CoderZ League is an online robotics and coding tournament for students across North America to program 3d robots and complete challenging and educational missions.
Students love competing in this fun, gamified event, held annually online.
⦁ Cloud-based and available from any device
⦁ No previous coding experience is necessary
⦁ Accessible, inclusive competition invites fun for all students
⦁ Self-directed – each student works at their own pace
Secure your spot in the competition. Register today!
CSTA Annual Conference
July 11–15, 2020, in Arlington, Virginia
The Computer Science Teachers Association (CSTA) understands that teaching computer science is hard. That’s why our dedicated team and teacher-led Board of Directors has focused on creating a strong environment to support K–12 educators.
See you at CSTA 2020
ACTE Career Tech Vision 2019
December 4-7, 2019, Anaheim, CA
ACTE is a national association representing thousands of career and technical education professionals, all working to make a real difference in students’ lives. We provide educators with powerful resources, professional development, and information to help them achieve more. ABOUT ACTE.
Visit Us at Booth 807