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TETRIX® MAX Programming Professional Learning Course

SKU: W47039
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$99.00 (USD)
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Our asynchronous e-learning course walks you through getting started programming the TETRIX® MAX robotics system using the PRIZM® controller and Arduino Software (IDE). Created by former teachers from our Educational Services team, this course takes the learner through the fundamentals of coding and gives tips to implement coding successfully into the classroom. Coding basics covered include loops, conditionals, delays, functions, and more. Course-takers are also introduced to the TETRIX MAX hardware and the Arduino IDE language and then follow the instructor through four step-by-step coding lessons. With more than eight hours of instruction coupled with opportunities for hands-on practice, this professional learning course will have you experiencing instant autonomous robotics success. We wrap up the course with suggested classroom applications and next steps, and we share the documentation available on our website that will aid with implementation.

Throughout the course, you will be presented with videos, downloadable resources, and quizzes. Upon completing the course, you will gain access to a certificate of completion, which can be used for continuing education credits.

Each course is intended for a single user experience.

If you’re looking to create a blended virtual/hands-on learning experience with your robotics class, check out the TETRIX Virtual Robotics simulation software.


Type: Professional Learning Courses Grades: 9-12


What You'll Get

  • Access for the TETRIX MAX Programming E-learning Course for a single user

Learning Values

  • Problem-solving
  • Data collection and analysis
  • Variables
  • Defining criteria and constraints
  • Coding
  • Systems thinking
  • Troubleshooting
  • Testing and evaluating a solution
  • Defining problems
  • Design and creativity
  • Developing possible solutions
  • Accuracy
  • Computation/estimation
  • Symbols
  • Logical reasoning


  • Closed-Captioned: Yes
  • Length of Unit: 8 hours