Confidently teach STEM
Save time learning how to use and implement any of these STEAM solutions with our custom one-on-one training for your school. But that’s not even the best part: we will teach your students while we teach you. This is the easiest way to bring in a successful program into your classroom, school, or makerspace. For example, our in-house training system for robotics allows teachers to learn the skills they need to successfully bring robotics into the classroom in as little as 3 hours. Training is available for educators at all different ability levels. We’ve taught educators of all kinds from Librarians to French teachers to Gym teachers and even Principals.
Since 2020, iDESIGN Solutions has trained over 250 teachers and coaches + over 1500 students to learn how to build and code their VEX Robotics for in-person or remote learning. We are here to help guide you along the way, even after the training is done. If you or your students are stuck on a coding problem, we’ll jump on a call with you to help you troubleshoot it.
Prior to the pandemic, our training expert would travel to your school to train your staff and/or students how to build, code or use these 21st century learning tools and products. Now, like many other businesses, our training program has pivoted to online, so our training expert zooms across North America to deliver a multitude of training sessions for both teachers and students.Contact Us
Preparing for the upcoming @yrdsb_skills virtual robotics competition with @VEXRobotics! 1 of 2 #VEXCodeVR training sessions for @YRDSB Ts hosted by Dean @iDESIGNsol! Ts meet the #VRrobot🤖, navigated the maze↪️, & coded a robot to clean up the ocean🌊! https://t.co/XVhP3GotQ3 pic.twitter.com/pzw9rUktvB— Dennis Stam (@rdennisstam) November 24, 2021
What are you doing on a Friday afternoon? We are learning to code online https://t.co/HyH4J1Uy8E with our @iDESIGNsol expert @DeanJacksch. Thank you for showing us how to code using the Castle Crusher playground. Nothing better than code therapy! @miggylino #dpguidance pic.twitter.com/NwL8zDJeGu— K Cinapri (@KCinaps) April 30, 2021