How robotics competitions can engage students in STEM

Online Jun 20 2:00 pm to 3:00 pm - Eastern Time (US & Canada)

Price: Free


In this interactive session with Robin Corbeil, a middle school teacher who participated in the Cyber Robotics Coding Competition with her class in 2018, the audience will be able to ask questions about the connection between STEM and competitions like CRCC. 

Join this webinar to understand:

1. How to implement new, innovative tools in the classroom to reach a higher level of student engagement. 

2. Listen to the anecdotes, insights, lessons and stories of a teacher who’s an expert in robotics competitions and better understand how to prepare your students for the future.

The webinar will take place June, 20th at 2pm EST. Come and participate in this inspirational and interactive session to discover how powerful of an effect robotics competitions can have on your students. Register today.

Our speaker:

Robin has been teaching middle school technology/computer in Litchfield NH for the last 16 years. She has taught in 4 different states, AZ, NH, RI, and IL. She has also presented at the Christa McAuliffe Technology conference and worked with the state of NH Department of Education with their Technology Cohort.

Last year, Robin had a very successful participation with her students in the CRCC competition of New Hampshire where Litchfield won second place and received the Grace Hopper award for diversity.

Bring your questions! During this open session, our speaker will be answering questions from the audience. So make sure to send your questions our way in advance or have them ready for the live session.

Can’t wait to see you! 

May the code be with you!

How robotics competitions can engage students in STEM

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