Makeblock Education Alliance
To facilitate the growth and impact of the Makeblock Education mission and vision, we have partnered with some of the very best non-profit organizations and universities across the United States. The Makeblock Education Alliance partners are the experts at what they do. They are the “local boots on the ground” that are making an impact in the community everyday. We are honored to be partnering around a shared mission and able to facilitate their work so they can grow and expand their impact on the communities they serve.
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Makeblock Education Alliance Badges
Look to our badging system to reveal the partner’s areas of specialty.
Professional Development for In-Service Educators
A partner that offers Professional Learning utilizing one or more of Makeblock Education’s range of learning resources that is recognized and credited at the district level for PLU units and/or micro-credentialing.
Training for Pre-Service Educators
A partner utilizing one or more Makeblock Education learning resources in their undergraduate educator programs or undergraduate content programs.
Make X Partner
A partner running a regional MakeX Competition.
A partner working with Makeblock Education or working with Makeblock products for a research program.
A partner that uses Makeblock Education solutions in community outreach programs. Some examples are checkout materials, a mobile makerspace, and so on.
Product Testing and Feedback
A partner that is currently working or has in the past worked with Makeblock Education to develop or provide feedback and guidance on product development.
Educational Resource Contributor
A partner that has been a contributor to our local OER available to educators in the US.
Makeblock Education Alliance Members
Northwest Earth & Space Sciences Pipeline
Earth & Space Sciences DepartmentUniversity of Washington
The program Rover Observations and Drone Survey (ROADS) student challenge for 2020 will have as the default option the use of Makeblock mBot Rangers for middle school and the Ultimate for high school students to explore the Snowman Crater feature on Asteroid Vesta. The ROADS on Asteroids challenge uses a mashup of these different mission objectives to provide students with hands-on experience to increase their expertise and aspirations in STEM involving undertaking complex of tasks, from planetary geology and astrobiology, to system engineering for drone and robot modifications to intricate programming tasks.
Lincoln Intermediate Unit #12
Educational Technology Department
Teachers in their area in Pennsylvania receive training from our staff on multiple different Makeblock Education products including Codey Rocky and HaloCode. They also do product testing and gave feedback on recent product launches, such as CyberPi.
High Point University
Education DepartmentElementary & Middle Grades
High Point University will be training pre-service teachers using multiple Makeblock Education products, conducting research in preschools and/or pre-K classrooms with mTiny Discover, product testing, and providing feedback on various products.
Building Engineers And Mentors (BEAM)
University of California Los Angeles
BEAM allows mentors to be placed into schools in their area to support after school robotics in low income and disadvantaged schools.
Texas Alliance for Minorities in Engineering (TAME)
Using the Laserbox Pro, Ultimate 2.0, and other Makeblock Education products, TAME does demonstrations and works with students across the state of Texas.
Texas Woman’s University
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