Through our in-person workshops, educators are trained to effectively leverage technology and student-led learning in STEM.
Educators can apply their learning in the classroom right away using pre-made curriculum and resources developed and curated by industry experts.
Educators get online access to like-minded peers for continuous learning, feedback, and support.
QPi's pioneer pilot program was implemented in partnership with the FIRST Robotics Team 841 at Richmond High School in Richmond, CA. More than a dozen youths took part in the six-week program facilitated by volunteer engineer Aaron Hu. The program ended with a festive celebration and lots of remote-control car racing.
"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."
"[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."
"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. "