Our purpose is to democratize STEM education.
QPi Education works with the greatest minds in education to make engaging STEM learning experiences accessible to all. We package together project-based curriculum, expert-crafted video guides, and off-the-shelf hardware so you can start learning by doing anywhere and anytime. Our materials are designed for learners with no technical background to discover real-world applications of STEM. Our current focus is exploring robotics and automation through coding, physics, and engineering.
We’re currently hosting in-person professional development workshops, and will be launching our online resources and training soon. Sign up for your free account to be the first to access our content! If you’re a master teacher interested sharing and selling your content, contact us.
We introduce new ways of teaching required STEM concepts that bring relevance to everyday life. As a team of mostly engineers who regularly volunteer in schools, we provide the technical expertise to complement the teacher’s skill set to deliver effective and engaging STEM education.
Our educational materials were built by understanding how both under-resourced students and teachers digest complex material and refined through many hours of trial and error. We lower the barrier for teachers without technical expertise by focusing on student-directed learning.
The Lawrence Hall of Science at University of California, Berkeley, held a Family Learning Workshop on July 28 for parents and children to learn how to code using Raspberry Pi. Around 10 families attended the event.QPi Education was present to teach the children and their families about science topics.LEARN MORE
Our co-founders, Vivien and Albert, left their corporate jobs to pursue the startup endeavor because they truly believe that any teacher, no matter their background, can bring engineering into their classroom. Vivien is also committed to support the STEM education community, she serves as a member of the WCCUSD Advisory Board to continue to offer her expertise in supporting the teachers and students.LEARN MORE
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.LEARN MORE