UBTECH Education is excited to bring you monthly webinars where we explore exciting topics like connecting STEM to other subject areas, using STEM and AI to prepare students for the future, and utilizing the engineering design process to mold open-minded, creative students in the classroom.
Below, you can find our previous webinar events, and if you’re interested in attending a future one you can sign up here!
Getting Comfortable With AI
Learn about the Five Big Ideas of AI and how to bring artificial intelligence into the classroom with easy-to-implement activities. Join Rusty and Kristina as they share ways to utilize uCode, hands-on activities, and other free resources to give students a good understanding of the basics of artificial intelligence.
Careers of the Future
Explore how learning STEM can help prepare students for careers of tomorrow. In this webinar, Rusty and Kristina talk about the benefits of STEM and how the skills needed in a hands-on environment can transfer to the workforce with specific examples from UBTECH’s robotics division.
Welcome to uCode!
In this webinar, Rusty and Kristina, share the all new uCode, UBTECH’s free online coding platform! They go over everything uCode has to offer, including how to use it with your uKit Advanced robotics kit, or without any hardware at all. They also share how and where to free uCode activities that can be implemented in your classroom.
In this webinar, hosted by UBTECH Education curriculum experts – Rusty and Kristina – we explore ideas around connecting STEM to other subject areas. We discuss UBTECH’s integrated STEM curriculum, some of the opportunities and additional content connections that can be made in the classroom.
Using Robotics as a Stepping Stone for Creativity and Design Thinking
In this webinar, hosted by UBTECH Education curriculum experts – Rusty and Kristina – we explore the advantages of utilizing the engineering design process (EDP) to develop more open-minded, creative students in the classroom. We also discuss UBTECH’s EDP along with examples of how it is used to encourage creativity.