Hour of Code Activities
We are proud to support learners participating in the Hour of Code through a variety of new free tutorials and coding games.
Live Online Training
Sessions are recorded. Includes an interactive component where participants log in for live instruction with a CMRA instructor.
No Robot? We've got you covered!
Enabling robotics education everywhere through online curriculum with a built-in coding environment and virtual robot.
Fully Online Virtual Robotics Curriculum:
Coding and Computational Thinking with Virtual SPIKE Prime curriculum features a programming interface and virtual robot embedded directly within the curriculum. Teachers and students can follow along with the included videos, animations, challenges, and step-by-step lessons designed to help beginners learn coding and computational thinking. Learn More >
|Mechanical Foundations (VEX V5)|
|Electrical Foundations (Arduino)|
|VEX Cortex (ROBOTC)|
|VEX IQ (ROBOTC)|
|LEGO EV3 (EV3 Classroom)|
|LEGO EV3 (EV3-G)|
The Robotics Academy is a frontrunner in CS-STEM Education Research. Below is a list of different research projects which have led to the development of many of our curricula and technologies:
|Computer Science STEM Network||Building a Theory of Badges for Computer Science Education|
|S.M.A.R.T||Changing Culture in Robotics Classrooms|
|The Robot Algebra Project|
Carnegie Mellon’s Robotic Academy staff and development team are housed in the National Robotics Engineering Center (NREC), where robots for business, government, and industry are designed, prototyped, and tested just outside our office doors. The NREC is part of the Carnegie Mellon University - Robotics Institute, a world-renowned robotics organization.