How does Minecraft coding help kids?
The worlds and objects in Minecraft are made out of thousands of blocks, which are built using 0s and 1s: the fundamental language of coding: either the block is there, or it is not. 1 or 0. On or off. Different blocks like water, dirt, and swords have different properties, as you can imagine. Coding is specifying exactly what a computer will do and defining how it will operate. We teach kids how to understand Minecraft’s inner code and leverage it to engineer really cool things.
Using Roblox as an Educational Tool
There is a computer programming language used to build every video game. Hours programming in Roblox Studio paired with our adventures push students to think about what we can do in real life.
Bridge to STEM Partners with Palmer Trinity School
Bridge to STEM Partners with Palmer Trinity School Bridge to STEM has partnered with Palmer Trinity School in Miami, Florida, to teach students how to have fun as they learn How to Code.
The Importance of STEM Education in the 21st Century
The world around us has changed dramatically in the past decade, yet our schools are still based on a format introduced over 200 years ago. In order to compete in a rapidly globalizing economy, today’s students need more than a standard high school diploma to gain the technical skills necessary to thrive in the digital age economy. Bridge to STEM is excited to bring practical education to the leaders of tomorrow.
Bridge to STEM Helps Kids Build a Sustainable Future for South Florida
Bridge to STEM is supporting Florida’s lands by developing young sustainable thinkers. With us, kids are learning to pay attention to their surroundings and develop an intuition for finding sustainable solutions.
Kids learn the skills of the future with Bridge Academy
Bridge to STEM teaches kids computer programming and engineering skills using their favorite games: Roblox and Minecraft. We develop the intuition kids need to work on space stations, understand ecology, and build bridges. Join us for a live webinar on Thursday, September 8 at 6pm EST.