& Register Here:
Questions? We are here to help!
www.cesa11.k12.wi.us | 715.986.2020 | 225 Ostermann Drive, Turtle Lake, WI 54889
Jan Wickboldt | firstname.lastname@example.org -or- Angie Ricci | email@example.com
*2020-21 SciMaTech Members
may participate at a reduced
rate of $75/participant.
Standards: T3, T4, T5 & T7
March 19, 2021
Maximum of 45 participants
Are you looking for new ways to develop 21st century skills among your students? Teaching with robots is a great way to develop confidence and competency with computer science, design thinking and problem solving.
Join us for an equity-focused, hands-on training for K-12 educators to develop skills, strategies and ideas for integrating Edison Robots into a variety of curricular topics.
Our training includes access to Edison’s curriculum, project ideas, design challenges and examples, and practical strategies for differentiation. K-12 educators of all experience levels are welcome to attend.
Each participating educator will receive 1 free Edison Programmable Robot that uses free online platforms!
Two (2) per district maximum
Application of the basic pillars of computer science and computational thinking
User-centered design and robotics as tools for creative problem solving
Physical computing through robotics
CESA 11 Educational Consultant
Cameron | Clayton | Clear Lake | Elk Mound | Ellsworth | Frederic | Grantsburg | Hudson
Northwest Passage | Pepin | River Falls | St. Croix Central | St. Croix Falls | Shell Lake
Siren | Somerset | Spooner | Spring Valley | Turtle Lake | Unity | Webster
A Zoom link will be emailed to registered participants
the day before the event. To maximize engagement
in addition to improving the professional learning experience for all, please connect using a device
with both audio and video capabilities.
Andrea Wilson Vazquez
Director of Educator Training for CodeSavvy
Robotics in the K-12 Classroom
April 12, 2020 | 9:00 am -12:00 pm | Virtual Event
Educators interested in creative problem-solving with technology