Microduino Products Are Now Available at Fry’s Electronics!

Microduino Products Are Now Available at Fry’s Electronics!

August 28, 2018 – Exciting news! Starting today, select Microduino STEM education toys are available at Fry’s Electronics, one of America’s leading personal computer (PC) and consumer electronics retailers!

Fry’s is selling four Microduino offerings, including its best-selling Itty Bitty City project kit, and all three of their MIX kits.  Microduino is proud to have its products among the ever-growing assortment of STEM education toys. Fry’s has shown a deep commitment to instructional products targeted at children, parents, and highly-passionate makers, inventors, hobbyists, and electronics enthusiasts.

Microduino products are available on www.frys.com and in all 34 of its brick-and-mortar locations in nine states, each boasting a different theme. A must see!

New MIX Kit Series Launch to Facilitate STEM/STEAM In Classroom

Microduino Launches New MIX Kit Series to Facilitate STEM/STEAM Instruction and Learning in Schools

On May 9, Microduino announced the introduction and availability of four curriculum-ready Microduino MIX Kits to facilitate STEM/STEAM instruction in a broad spectrum of academic institutions. Exclusively designed for the education market, Microduino MIX Kits increase students’ interest and proficiency in skills critical to building tomorrow’s ideas, products and workforces.

In developing the product line, Microduino teamed with teachers, administrators, and academic experts and visionaries to develop a series of four powerful learning systems that progressively teach children, as young as five years old, basic electronic circuitry, coding, and product design. Microduino MIX Kits also encourage the creation and exploration of limitless applications beyond included pre-coded design projects. Collectively, the four new products represent an innovative instruction approach that builds upon the company’s existing mPuzzle and mPie product lines to deliver a comprehensive STEM/STEAM education roadmap for elementary and high school students.

Numbered 1-4, each Microduino MIX Kit includes a combination of hardware components, coding resources, and extensive instructional materials to guide students step by step through challenging in-class product development and coding projects. Each subsequent MIX Kit focuses on more sophisticated concepts so students can further their abilities to think logically and sequentially, and solve life and technology-focused problems.

You can check out the official Microduino MIX Kits press release here. To learn more about Microduino MIX Kits, please click here.

To order Microduino MIX Kits for your school or school district, please email sales@microduinoinc.com.

Microduino Aligned with NGSS, ISTE and Common Core Standards For STEM

Microduino Products Are Aligned with The Latest NGSS, ISTE and Common Core Standards for STEM/STEAM Education

All Microduino products are aligned with the top tiered educational standards. These include: the latest Next Generation of Science Standards (NGSS), International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE) and Common Core guidelines for STEM instruction.

In 2017, the company engaged EdGate Correlation Services, the world’s leading content mapper to educational standards. EdGate verified and validated Microduino’s entire suite of products. These include supporting in-classroom instruction materials and course cards, all of which conform to the three major collections of standards. This is particularly important, as more schools and school districts are expanding their STEM/STEAM curricula, and are seeking affordable, high-quality products. Microduino meets the requirements of all three standardization bodies.

For educators and parents, knowing our products are aligned with the highest educational standards for STEM/STEAM makes Microduino a top choice for your students or children’s learning requirements.

UCSD Jacobs School of Engineering ECE Day Visited by CEO Bin Feng

UC San Diego Alum and Microduino Co-Founder and CEO Drops by University for Electrical and Computer Engineering Day

Microduino Co-Founder, CEO and University of California San Diego (UCSD) Jacobs School of Engineering alumnus Bin Feng dropped by the university on Friday, April 13, 2018. Bin spoke to dozens of students during the school’s annual Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE) Day.

The fun-filled event gave electrical and computer engineering students the opportunity to network with distinguished alumni, such as Bin. They also attended a wide range of career-oriented sessions and hands-on workshops. It was a great way for potential students to  obtain more information about Jacobs School disciplines and courses.

Founded in 1965, and servicing nearly 2,000 undergraduate and graduate students, UCSD’s Jacobs School of Engineering is highly regarded and widely recognized as a major conduit to the wireless and telecommunications industries.

Bin, who graduated from the school with a Master’s Degree in Electrical Engineering and Applied Physics, often returns to campus to talk to students about career and professional development issues.