Teach STEM skills for the future without a technical background

We provide NGSS-aligned project-based learning curriculum that integrate coding into the classroom

WORKSHOPS

Through our in-person workshops, educators are trained to effectively leverage technology and student-led learning in STEM.

TEACHER TOOLBOX

Educators can apply their learning in the classroom right away using pre-made curriculum and resources developed and curated by industry experts.

COMMUNITY SUPPORT

Educators get online access to like-minded peers for continuous learning, feedback, and support.

WHAT OUR EDUCATORS ARE SAYING

""As a teacher who doesn't have any background in computer science, at first I was very intimidated. Going through the training and using the curriculum guides eased my fear of doing something completely unknown to me.  After experiencing teaching QPi Education’s Raspberry Pi Robot Car, I really feel I am equipped to teach coding, building robots, and pretty much anything else that involves computer science and technology."

Dorcas Sims
7th grade Innovation Class Instructor at Partners Program

I have been looking for opportunities to add coding to my project-based classroom, which is difficult since I don’t have the background. I have tried many products, and QPi is by far the best I’ve ever used. ”

Dawn Wirts
9th grade physics teacher at High Tech High

"Sometimes when I get activities from the web or from workshops it does not come with training, equipment and company support. I found the QPi Education team to be very helpful; they provided much more than I anticipated. I would work with them at any time in the future without hesitation."

Angela Johnson, MBA
Engineering Academy Lead, Pinole Valley High School, CA

"[QPi] has really exposed my students to cutting-edge technology like Raspberry Pi and the most popular coding languages like Python. I’m sure that after this course, my students are going to be more prepared for the future."

Jose Cebrian Marquez
10th Grade Engineering Teacher, Richmond High, CA

"The manual and course structure they built made the implementation and integration of Computer Science education to 7th and 8th graders not only easy but fun and entertaining.They team up with the teacher and consider the school problem as theirs and try to help and solve it. "

Kumar Nemani
Technology and Art Teacher, Manzanita Charter Middle School, CA
FEATURED CLIENTS

Pinole Valley High School Meets Raspberry Pi Robotics

Pinole Valley High School, a public high school in Pinole, California, piloted QPi Education’s Raspberry Pi curriculum in May 2018. QPi Education worked with the science and engineering teacher, Ms. Angela Johnson, in 10th grade science. Although the school already had Raspberry Pi, QPi Education brought new content that could expand upon the existing Raspberry Pi kit. Ms. Johnson came to QPi Education’s educator workshop at UC Berkeley to learn about Raspberry Pi and its separate use cases. After attending the workshop, she eagerly wanted to bring this to her class of 24 students.

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Non-technical Teachers Engage Oakland Public School Students in Computer Science & Technology

The summer of 2018, QPi Education teamed up with the Partners Program, a non-profit that bolsters learning outcomes and academic achievement for underserved Oakland public middle school students, to bring technology and coding into their Innovations program. The program, free for qualifying families, hosted over 100 middle school students on the College Prep campus this summer.

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Students at Richmond High Learn How To Code By Building Robots

Richmond High, a public high school in northern California, has just completed a pilot of QPi Education’s Raspberry Pi Robot Car course for Spring 2018. Jose Cebrian Marquez, Richmond High’s 10th grade engineering teacher, had spearheaded a successful DonorsChoose campaign to crowdfund the Raspberry Pi projects for last year’s class. This year, he has been able to utilize the same materials with an improved curriculum. He ran the course for approximately 60 students in total, and plans to pilot a Spanish version of the course for his English Language Development (ELD) students.

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Non-technical Teachers Engage Oakland Public School Students in Computer Science & Technology

The summer of 2018, QPi Education teamed up with the Partners Program, a non-profit that bolsters learning outcomes and academic achievement for underserved Oakland public middle school students, to bring technology and coding into their Innovations program. The program, free for qualifying families, hosted over 100 middle school students on the College Prep campus this summer.

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Summer School at St. Thomas Apostle School with Robotics

The learning doesn’t stop in the summer at St. Thomas Apostle School, an elementary school in San Francisco, where elementary school students are working across multiple classrooms over a variety of disciplines. This valuable time is spent to enrich students before they come back to the school year in August. Even the school’s student alumni return to volunteer and support the continued education of these attending students. The wonderful robotics facilitators, Gerry Maddalozzo and Helen Gee, brought a robotics class to the students this summer. Their goal was to excite all the children to be curious and inventive towards electronics and technology.

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READY-tO-USE Kits

Our kits are ready to use out of the box.  All you need is a WiFi-enabled laptop or computer.

Materials in each kit include:

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Raspberry Pi™ 3 (includes SD card with NOOBS installed with set up wirelessly)
- Robot car components
- Breadboard and accessories
- Jumper wires
- 4-in-1 screwdriver

Batteries not included. You will need 4 AA batteries per kit.

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