Who says integrating STEM skills at your school has to be hard?
Our scaffolded coding courses and gamified online platform make it easier and more engaging for students and teachers.
Spark a lifelong love of STEM today!
A solid foundation in STEM and CS is essential for the future. So CoderZ’s gamified learning platform makes coding literacy universally accessible to all kids in all schools.
Our curriculum ensures progress and achievement for STEM in the classroom.
Equity in education requires accessible learning tools. With CoderZ, all you need is Wi-Fi. Title 1 school? Talk to us about scholarships!
We're preparing today's students for jobs that don't yet exist. Let’s help them get there by building knowledge and skills to solve tomorrow's problems.
CoderZ is designed for teachers of all backgrounds. Prior knowledge in STEM, coding, or robotics are nice, but not required. Our platform guides through the courses, providing all the tools you need.
Visual Editor + Text Editor
Cloud-Based, no installation
Transport students into an Amazon warehouse where they get to put computer science into action! This 3-hour virtual experience includes coding challenges and collaborative activities using a virtual Amazon Hercules robot.
Pack your bags and dive into the world of STEM, coding, and robotics—no experience necessary! In this intro course kids learn how to program with Blockly through a series of short gamified missions.
Visual Editor + Text Editor
Cloud-Based, no installation
The CoderZ League is an international robotics competition that has attracted over 150,000 students from more than 30 countries. Working as a team, they quickly improve their STEM and coding skills through cohort-based learning.JOIN THE LEAGUE
While your class learns the ins and outs of coding, you can track their progress with heatmaps, reflective questions, quizzes, and digital gradebooks, all in one place.
Get up and running quickly, with our complete A to CoderZ classroom coding resources section. It’s designed to help you instantly find your way around the online platform.
CoderZ provides teachers, district managers, and admins with an at-a-glance view to track performance for schools and students. You can set goals, create reports, and see analytics of their progress.
Take your teachers to the next level of CS and STEM in school with a one-of-a-kind online professional development program. Using discovery-based learning strategies, we’ll give them the tools they need to prepare students for the technological developments of the 21st Century.
Nothing beats learning by experience. Sessions are fully hands-on so you can explore the learning platform for yourself.
Turn on your self-cam, these sessions are no snooze fests. They’re designed as active workshops for you to discuss and collaborate.
Just tell us your specific needs for team size, experience, and familiarity with our world and program. We’ll take it from there.
Amazon Future Engineer teamed up with CoderZ to provide 1,000 Title 1 schools across the United States with free access to our virtual robotics learning modules!Apply now
We offer smart administrative tools and full integration with Google Classroom, Clever, and ClassLink for easy single sign-on. No installation or hardware required. Your school simply purchases the licenses and invites students to join specific classes.
Pricing varies depending on your school’s needs and size. For a detailed quote, please fill in our Quote + Demo form and we’ll contact you to set up a personal meeting where we can answer all your questions.
Yes, we do! Amazon has pledged to underwrite funding for 100,000 students in Title 1 schools across the country through their Amazon Future Engineer program.
Yes, school representatives can trial the platform for free once they receive a price quote. Simply contact us to schedule a meeting.
The workforce as we know it is going to look vastly different by 2050. Predictions abound from all corners, ranging from doom and gloom all the way to utopian scenarios. At least one thing is certain: technology and robots will play a significant role.
Today’s kids need to be prepared for the changing nature of tomorrow’s jobs, making STEM in the classroom critically important. It’s not just about core competencies in STEM, though those will be in high demand as companies seek skilled knowledge workers. Understanding the interaction between hardware and software, applying critical thinking to technical environments, technical creativity, the ability to collaborate effectively – all these will become increasingly valued. Teaching STEM through coding in a classroom environment highlights those connections to kids and familiarizes them with programmatic concepts early on. Ready to lead the revolution in STEM education? Learn more on how to teach coding in the classroom.
STEM, as everyone knows, stands for Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics. But where exactly do robotics and coding fit in? Here’s the short answer: Robotics is commonly used to teach STEM in the classroom because understanding how to build robots requires interdisciplinary skills from all of the core STEM subjects. Adding coding to the mix is a logical step in the evolution of STEM education because kids can learn to use popular programming languages such as Java and Python by maneuvering the robots.
With CoderZ, they begin by solving basic math and geometry problems, progressing in knowledge and skill through a series of structured ‘missions’. The more advanced courses also incorporate engineering and physics. That’s because the virtual robots are designed to behave just like physical ones and are bound to the laws of physics. Want to know more? Read our tips on how to teach kids robotics.
Incorporating robots in STEM classrooms has traditionally been costly and complicated because of the hardware involved. CoderZ has removed that complexity, by building a gamified learning platform that includes all the bells and whistles of physical robots, in a realistically-rendered 3D environment. If you’ve ever wondered how to make teaching coding in the classroom more engaging and accessible, this is it. All you need to get up and running is a computer and an internet connection.
But the benefits of teaching coding in the classroom run deeper. Learning as a group helps kids develop Social- Emotional Learning and 21st Century skills such as critical thinking, team work, and how to give and receive feedback. Using the visual programming editor Blockly makes it simple for beginners, and removes the intimidation factor, so that students of mixed levels can collaborate in coding projects. That’s a true win-win.
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