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Fall 2020

Virtual Cyber Robotics Competition

CoderZ League is a groundbreaking online robotics tournament that includes two levels (Junior, Pro) to accommodate students of every coding experience. The tournament engages students through gaming and competition in STEM, coding, and tech literacy. CoderZ League is cloud-based, available on any device, and uses simulation of virtual 3D Robots to perform complex tasks and missions. The virtual experience makes it easy to design, program and test a simulated robot in a variety of 3D environments. Teams of students work collaboratively to program, plan and complete missions.

CoderZ League Junior​

Ages 8 - 10

Help encourage the next generation of coders in a first-of-its-kind virtual robotics competition. Students practice coding while developing computational thinking and creative problem-solving skills. Teams compete to unlock new games and challenges in a quest to get their virtual robots to the finals! As part of a team, students are encouraged to work together as they advance through missions and qualify for the next challenges.

Ages

8 - 10

Programming
Language

Blockly

CoderZ League Pro​

Ages 10 - 12

Your journey on CoderZ Islands is about to start! Program a virtual robot to help it survive on different islands across the globe. Each island contains its own obstacles and challenges to encourage your students to work as a team, collaborate and implement their creativity while they learn advanced programming concepts, physics principles and more.

Ages

10 - 12

Programming
Language

Blockly

CoderZ League Pro​ (Python)

Ages 13+

Your journey on CoderZ Islands is about to start! Program a virtual robot to help it survive on different islands across the globe. Each island contains its own obstacles and challenges to encourage your students to work as a team, collaborate and implement their creativity while they learn advanced programming concepts, physics principles and more.

Ages

13+

Programming
Language

Python

How It Works

The tournament engages students through gaming and competition in STEM, coding and tech literacy. Competitors will use simulation of virtual 3D Robots to perform complex tasks and missions. The virtual experience makes it easy to design, program and test a simulated robot in a variety of 3D environments. Students work in teams collaboratively to program, plan and complete missions.

Classroom STEM concepts are acquired as students learn 21st century skills in critical thinking, creativity, collaboration, communication, technology literacy and more.

Timing

2 hours/week

Price

$199/month

Team Size

At most
4 kids per team

Season

Runs from
September - December 2020

Ready to compete?

Use the link below to register.

Why sign up for CoderZ League?

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

Below is some helpful info on CoderZ League and how it all works.

CoderZ League (formerly CRCC – Cyber Robotics Coding Competition) is an exciting, engaging, and entertaining virtual robotics competition for students of all levels to participate and learn about STEM, robotics, and coding and to ignite their technology career paths. CoderZ League is cloud-based, can be accessed from any computer, and uses simulation of virtual 3D Robots that perform complex tasks and missions. Using strategizing, collaboration, and acquired programming techniques, students will compete within their team, class, school, district, and state to win stages and progress to the finals.

The major difference is the difficulty level of the challenge. CoderZ league Junior is a beginner to intermediate level of coding and is great for students with little or no coding background or with basic experience in coding and/or robotics. CoderZ league Pro requires an intermediate to advanced level of coding knowledge.

CoderZ League is available for teams across the globe, from a small group of up to 5 students to an entire school.
Students work together and earn points as a team based on their achievements. Register and secure your participation.

Yes! Everyone across the globe can register and join CoderZ League: the Virtual Cyber Robotics Competition.

Yes! You can register your team as a club with up to 5 students. Clubs can compete and work together in CoderZ League.

  • In CoderZ League JUNIOR, the programing language is Blockly.
  • In CoderZ League PRO, you can program in Blockly or Python.

Students work together as teams! The CoderZ League leaderboard tracks the scores for each team, class, school, or organization.

Classroom leaderboards can be accessed by clicking the scoreboard icon in your CoderZ dashboard. Public leaderboards showing how well your organization, class, or team is performing in your state or region can be accessed by clicking the “Public Leaderboard” link on the upper right-hand side of the scoreboard page.

There are two types of leaderboards:
1. Public leaderboards: Class performance/Team performance.
2. Scoreboard: Individual performances compared with those of classmates.

  • Foster student motivation and curiosity during each competition phase.
  • Help your team/class define a strategy.
  • Monitor students’ involvement and progress levels.
  • Encourage and empower everyone to contribute to their team/class success.
  • Ask questions and help your students get to their own answers.

The competition officially begins with an opening round on October 15. Phases will be released at various intervals culminating in a final round scheduled for December – specific date TBA.

This depends on you and your students. Students can spend as little as 1 hour per week participating. Those students who dedicate more time and define their limits based on their current homework or extra-curricular schedules. Students who allocate more time to the competition will have the opportunity to improve their knowledge, skills, results, and scores anytime and anywhere they have access to a computer and the Internet.

August 24
Registration opens!

September - October
Let the fun begin! Explore how the platform works together with team mates. Complete lessons to prep for challenge release!

Mid-October
Opening Round
Students get access to practice missions that guide them through the platform and introduce them to programming, mechanics, and physics while coding their own virtual robot.

November
Phase 1
This is the time to shine! Our students will start solving the virtual challenges and earn points! Using the coding commands that they have learned in conjunction with their own creativity, students will attempt to program the best possible solutions and gain maximum points. If our students think that they can do it better and they still have time, they can improve their code and get a higher score.

Phase 2
Earn a spot in the finals! As missions get more complicated and challenging, our students showcase more advanced coding skills that may qualify them for the finals. We’ll keep an eye on our leaderboards, because the top scoring team receive an invite to participate in the finals!

December
CoderZ League – Virtual Finals
The moment you’ve all been waiting for is here. Celebrate our students achievements during our virtual finals event.

Ready to compete?

Use the link below to register.

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