We’ve provided new resources to support educators and parents with remote learning. Check them out!

UBTECH Education Resources for Home Learning

Welcome!  We’re glad you’re here.  For those new to UBTECH or seasoned product adopters, we’ve designed this new space for the purpose of supporting educators and parents with home learning.

We’ve provided a variety of flexible STEM activities across all learning levels. These activities can be easily picked up to support your at-home STEM lesson, fill a creative hour, or build your own professional development for when classes are back in session.

We’re here to support you–if there is any content you’d like to see from us or if you have any activity ideas you’d like to share, contact us at education@ubtrobot.com.

Our current resource library includes:

  • Remote Robotics: Weekly Design Challenge (with online & offline options)
  • For Educators – Teaching AI in K-12: April Webinar Series
  • Daily Activity Pro Tips, using free resources

Keep checking in or follow us on social media @ubtechedu for new resources!

Remote Robotics: Weekly Design Challenge

Challenge kids to design, then sketch or build a robot that will help with many different real-world challenges and current events. A new challenge prompt will be posted every week.

The final output can be:

  • A drawing or sketch of a robot – no devices or kits needed
  • A design and build using any of our JIMU Robot kits
  • A design and build using any of our UKITs
  • Or, use what you have! Build a robot with the materials you have around your house – craft materials, blocks, cardboard boxes – we encourage creativity!

Contest: Are you impressed by your student’s creation? Enter to win our weekly contest for a chance to win your very own JIMU Robot kit – one winner weekly! Post a photo or video of your bot labeled with the challenge name on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, or LinkedIn, and tag us @ubtechedu or #ubtechedu. See full Terms & Conditions.

Go here to get started on your challenges!

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New webinar–How to: Design Smart Robots

Tuesday, April 7 at 11:30 am PT / 2:30 pm ET

Open to all. Want to participate in the Design Challenge but don’t know where to start? You and your kids are invited to this 30-minute webinar, where a UBTECH professional walks through his process, tips, and tricks for designing and building smart robots. Don’t miss the chance to learn from a real JIMU Robot Master! Register here.

Teaching AI in K-12: April Webinar Series

What is artificial intelligence, and what does it mean for education? For this April webinar series, hosted by UBTECH Education curriculum experts, we will take a deep dive into the fundamentals of AI and provide educators with tools to make AI relatable and practical for students of all ages. Each week, we will touch on a different core concept of AI and introduce a fun interactive tool and activity that helps make the concept real and approachable.

Upcoming webinars:

Click on the register links to learn more. If you aren’t able to attend, feel free to register to receive the presentation and webinar recording.

  • Representation & Reasoning | April 8 @ 11 am Pacific/2 pm Eastern
  • AI & Learning | April 15 @ 11 am Pacific/2 pm Eastern
  • AI & Natural Interaction | April 22 @ 11 am Pacific/2 pm Eastern
  • AI & Societal Impact | April 29 @ 11 am Pacific/2 pm Eastern

Before the webinar, brush up on the history of AI. This presentation gives an overview of AI and helps us answer the question: Why is it important to teach AI in the classroom?

Webinar Resources: 

Go here to view recordings of previous webinars and download the presentation resources.

Daily Activity Pro Tips

We’re on social! Each day we will provide a fun daily STEM-themed Pro Tip promoting resources pulled from all over the education world that supports online and offline activities.

Follow us on the links below, and we’ll bring the content to you on the platforms you use every day!

We will also provide a weekly run down to make sure you have a one-stop shop to find these free/useful resources for home learning. Check out previous Pro Tips.