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robots4STEM: Avatar Version

Standards-aligned, virtual coding curriculum.

Designed to make coding and computer science approachable for students (and teachers) of all skillsets,
robots4STEM employs the power of visual block coding in an engaging digital environment to help students
build confidence and mastery of early coding education.

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Check out our ISTE aligned coding curriculum!

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We built Avatar Version: robot4STEM to be accessible for both students and educators. It also happens to be budget friendly.

Classroom

$1,200 / year

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  • Up to 30 Student Licenses
  • LMS Training Platform for 2 Educators
  • Onboarding & Implementation Included

School

$3,500 / year

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  • Unlimited Student Licenses
  • LMS Training for 10 Educators
  • Onboarding & Implementation Included

District

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  • Unlimited Student Licenses
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  • Training & Professional Development
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Inspire Your Students

Multiple studies show that STEM curriculum drives better college and career readiness for students. Specifically, coding and computer science presents students with new opportunities to think critically, communicate effectively, and innovate collaboratively. It's also pretty cool to make a robot dance.

Our coding and computer science curriculum includes over 30 missions and activities focused on standards-aligned concepts such as digital citizenship, algorithms and sequencing, design, variables, and conditionals.

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What Our Customers Say

Tonya Haddox, Principal CHISD middle School

Learning just doesn't have to be pencil and paper. It's real world and making something happen. The excitement in the kids is really a genuine difference in basic computer science learning.

Tonya Haddox, Principal at CHISD Middle School

Mike Causey Teacher

The curriculum guide was a first. It was very comprehensive. The missions themselves are fun. The students are able to learn very systematically. We are just sitting there building a standard "thing". They really now see the possibilities of what they can do.

Mike Causey, Teacher at Katherine Johnson Technology Magnet Academy