Upcoming events

Digital Vision Board with Google Drawings

Learn how digital vision boarding can help you and your children achieve your goals. This is a great activity for parents, teachers, or students to help with creative thinking and positive affirmation in a growth mindset.

Come create a digital vision board to help you achieve your goals and put into practice having a growth mindset. This workshop is perfect for people of all ages.

Use Google Drawings to create a robust and inspirational vision board on the web, share it with friends and family, or join with friends for a creative-party.

Attend this event if you want to learn about ways that technology can help and enhance your creativity.

What is Google Drawings? It’s a diagramming software included as part of the free, web-based Google Docs Editors suite offered by Google. 


The First Mile: Help K5 Students Get Ready for the Future

According to the latest report from, 50% of the high schools in the U.S. are now teaching at least one Computer Science (CS) course. That is a tremendous progress the CS Education community has made over the past decade. However, much work remains to be done. In 2020, there were 1 million more jobs than students graduated with CS degrees (400,000 graduates). We believe that it is critical that school administrators, teachers, students, and parents view CS education as equally important as other subjects at the elementary level. Starting a CS program at the elementary level is actually very easy and fun! In this session, we will share our 5E framework, the importance of combining social emotional learning with CS skill building, our practice of delivering programs virtually and in-person at the elementary level. We will demo a mini lesson, discuss teaching strategies, and answer questions.  

Spark the Fun of Creative Writing and Voice Acting with Toys2Life

Toys2Life is a software platform enabled by artificial intelligence that allows user-created characters to talk to one another. In this session, you’ll see how this cutting-edge software is being used to teach coding, creative writing, voice acting, and socio-emotional skills. A group of upper elementary and middle school students have been working together online for almost two years. They created a virtual world called purple shore. Outside the club time, they each have become creative writing enthusiasts! Come check out the fun! Attendees will have the opportunity to participate in a fun and collaborative character creation session.

Science Experiments with Arduino micro-controllers

Are you working on a science fair project? Or doing some science research where you might want to automate the measurement or control of your experiment? With an inexpensive Arduino micro-controller kit and easy to learn software, you can record temperature, pressure, humidity, pH, voltage, current, etc. and/or control pumps, valves, motion, sound and other components.
Join us for a brief overview and demo of this technology.

Digital Portfolios Are for Creative Builders

Do you have a platform to showcase all of your special talents and creations? Tune in for a live demonstration and Q&A about building a portfolio with Build a Robot K12. You will see an example of a portfolio created by a student and have the opportunity to ask questions to help you get started. You will also gain access to an exclusive sneak peak of the Create a Portfolio Course brought to you by Build a Robot K12.

Teaching Creative Writing, Performance, Coding, Design Thinking, and Social Emotional Skills Using Toys2Life

Bringing Computer Science Career Awareness to Middle School Students through TCS goIT program

Creative Voice & Creative Writing with Toys2Life: Free 1 day Demo Class

Intro to Arduino Hands-On Workshop

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