Stout School of Education

Teacher Academy for LEGO Education

Teacher Academy

The teacher academy is held once a month on Saturday for local teachers to come experience a different LEGO training each month. The cost of the 6-hour training is $200 per participant and includes lunch, break-out sessions and a teacher LEA box. The day is packed with activities using the kit-of-the-month. We feature Ev3 robotics, WeDo early robotics, MoreToMath and StoryStarter trainings. Teachers come together to learn how to inspire, engage and excite their students to love to learn!

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Welcome to Teacher Academy for LEGO Education
High Point University!

We will be offering training with Lego Education this year in the form of a Saturday workshop model. Training will be done by Lego certified trainers and will include a welcome box of materials, lunch, and access to many ongoing Lego materials. Please make plans to join us on one of the following dates for a training that interests you!

20 participant max per session!
Groups are welcome! Schools can register as well!

Sessions are 8:30 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.

Lunch is included


  • February 18, 2017 – SimpleMachines
  • March 18, 2017 – WeDo 2.0
  • April 1, 2017 – StoryStarter
  • June 10, 2017 – EV3
  • May 13, 2017 – MoreToMath

Cost $200 (Includes materials and lunch)


EV3 is the newest product line of the Lego Mindstorms format.

This workshop will provide an overview of the programming, allow participants to get started and learn about how to make the robot move. This program is designed for beginners with EV3.

Story Starters

Story starters is a great addition to any content area. Using the kit one can explore how to build and tell a story, define story related vocabulary (plot, climax, antagonist etc), create math story problems, recreate historic events etc… Training with the visualizer software will also be included in this workshop. Great for teachers of any grade level.


Lego WEDO Robotics is an early robotics program designed for students in grades 2-6. It involves design builds and programming that is easy to manage and helps children learn basic math and science concepts. If your students plan to use NXT/EV3 this is a great way to introduce them to programming.

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