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Engage Your Students in STEM With Robotics

The world needs more innovators, creators, and thinkers

We provide teachers with the tools needed to address the STEM problem

Simply put, there is a growing societal need to enhance Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) learning in classrooms. This is especially prevalent at the elementary and middle school levels, where there is a call for integrated learning programs that allow teachers to engage students in creative and meaningful ways, while also meeting today's rigourous academic standards.

You have a choice when it comes to what you teach

Below are twois a tailored VEX IQ learning paths, each with unique goals and methodswith its own unique goals and method of implementation


Our standards-matched STEM Labs can adapt to fit any classroom

STEM Labs are hands-on activities, which include diverse builds, games, and competitions, that align with education standards while also showing real-world applications of concepts.

These activities give students the opportunity to communicate and collaborate with their classmates. Every STEM Lab has multiple approaches to solving a problem, allowing students to experiment with creative design solutions.

For many teachers, figuring out how to implement concepts into math, arts maths, design & technology, engineering and computer science subjects can be difficult. Our STEM Labs allow for easy implementation with minimal preparation time. Each STEM Lab can be used on multiple platforms and includes easy-to-follow build instructions.

STEM Labs Portal

Making students think harder, earlier.

Project Lead the Way (PLTW) is an industry leader in education by encouraging students to work together to solve real-world STEM problems.

PLTW partners with middle schools and high schools to provide a rigorous, relevant STEM education. Through an engaging, hands-on curriculum, PLTW encourages the development of problem-solving skills, critical thinking, creative and innovative reasoning and a love of learning. PLTW features the VEX EDR system in several of its project-based engineering courses.

For more information please visit the PLTW website.