UBTECH Education offers programmable robotics kits for beginners to advanced users.

As students move through their vertical alignment program, they will conquer multiple projects that increase in complexity as their learning progresses.

The robotics kits invite students to build, unbuild, and assemble the pre-made models or their own creations by using their knowledge of robotics and coding concepts.

UBTECH Education created a vertical alignment program with their robotics kits to seamlessly transition students from novice to advanced robotics and coding concepts.

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UBTECH Education kits combine hands-on robotics activities, cutting-edge technology, and high-quality NGSSaligned curriculum to prepare students for success in STEM classrooms and careers. The robotics and engineering progressive program offers engaging, exciting supplements to math, physical and life sciences, and language arts instruction while students learn collaboration, project management, troubleshooting, and computational thinking skills.
UBTECH Education’s UKITs offer a progression of hands-on development in STEM tools and skills from elementary to higher education while meeting curriculum-aligned standards. UBTECH Education solutions immerse students with a hands-on approach by merging modular robotics and STEAM skills such as engineering, math, language arts, and physical and life sciences.

Designed for students who are new to coding and robotics. Recommended for elementary and middle school.

Includes 350+ total pieces, a main control box, connecting cables, four digital servo motors, and a sturdy storage bin. NGSS-aligned curriculum and programming app are available to download.

Designed to build upon students’ coding and robotics knowledge. Recommended for elementary and middle school.

Includes 500+ total pieces, a main control box, connecting cables, four digital servo motors, a touch sensor, an infrared sensor, a Bluetooth speaker, two LED modules, and a sturdy storage bin. NGSS-aligned curriculum and programming app are available to download.

Designed to deepen students’ skills of coding and robotics with more complex and open-ended concepts. Recommended for middle and high school.

Includes more than 900 pieces, an Arduino-compatible controller, a rechargeable battery, breadboards and resistors, 16 digital servo motors, a controller module, a grayscale sensor, an ultrasonic sensor, an infrared sensor, a pressure and touch sensor, a Bluetooth module, two LED modules, connecting cables, and a sturdy storage bin. Circuitry lessons and uCode programming software available to download.

Five exciting JIMU Robot options in this Maker Kit meet the needs of the makers and creators! This is perfect for makerspaces. Each JIMU Robot kit allows students to build one or more pre-designed models, or design their own. Students learn the elements of coding, activating their robots to navigate obstacles, pick-up objects, control light and sound effects, add personality, and more.

Build one of our Jimu Robot models or design your very own Jimu Robot creation.

Learn to use Blocky coding to program your robot to navigate obstacles, pick-up objects, control light and sound effects, add personality and more.

Create entirely new, custom actions through the PRP (pose, record, play) function.

No tools required—our 3D 360° animated building instructions walk you through the steps.

Discover what’s possible.

Use your UBTECH kit to engage students with a design challenge where they’ll construct a forklift and work through the engineering design process as they build, test, and innovate.

Fun With Forklists

  • Using the UKIT Intermediate Kit, have students work in groups to build multiple of the "Forklist" pre-made instructional model
  • Explore engineering design concepts to build a vehicle to lift objects
  • Observe what happens when each robot attempts the challenge
  • Discuss which robots' engineering design concepts failed, which accomplished the challenge, and explore ideas for improvement

Drive student achievement, and career readiness.

Introducing iBlocks, a cross-curricular, holistic learning approach by structuring your learning content with a primary and secondary subject focus. But because iBlocks are also customizable and expandable, these foci can change to suit your school’s needs, should you choose to tailor your iBlock.

We Help Educators Succeed!

Boost your classroom technology skills to engage your students and improve instruction with Teq’s Online Professional Development platform, now known as OTIS for educators. SCROLL DOWN for a sample course.

Growth Mindset: Addressing Failure

If Albert Einstein, Benjamin Franklin, or Alexander Graham Bell gave up in the face of failure, we might not have the knowledge we do today about physics, electricity, or the telephone. A commonality among successful engineers and scientists is what we call "growth mindset," or the ability to see failure as a springboard for success. In this session, we will provide you with strategies to teach growth mindset and use failure to encourage your students to stretch their abilities and reach higher levels of achievement.

We HelpEducators Succeed!

Boost your classroom technology skills to engage your students and improve instruction with Teq’s Online Professional Development platform, now known as OTIS for educators. SCROLL DOWN for a sample course.

Growth Mindset: Addressing Failure

If Albert Einstein, Benjamin Franklin, or Alexander Graham Bell gave up in the face of failure, we might not have the knowledge we do today about physics, electricity, or the telephone. A commonality among successful engineers and scientists is what we call "growth mindset," or the ability to see failure as a springboard for success. In this session, we will provide you with strategies to teach growth mindset and use failure to encourage your students to stretch their abilities and reach higher levels of achievement.

Discover what’s possible.

Use your UBTECH kit to engage students with a design challenge where they’ll construct a forklift and work through the engineering design process as they build, test, and innovate.

Fun With Forklists

  • Using the UKIT Intermediate Kit, have students work in groups to build multiple of the "Forklist" pre-made instructional model
  • Explore engineering design concepts to build a vehicle to lift objects
  • Observe what happens when each robot attempts the challenge
  • Discuss which robots' engineering design concepts failed, which accomplished the challenge, and explore ideas for improvement

Drive student achievement, and career readiness.

Introducing iBlocks, a cross-curricular, holistic learning approach by structuring your learning content with a primary and secondary subject focus. But because iBlocks are also customizable and expandable, these foci can change to suit your school’s needs, should you choose to tailor your iBlock.