Students succeed when they take ownership of their learning
An iBlock is a 10-part sequence of student-led, teacher-guided lessons and activities that center on technology and culminate in a capstone project.
Students drive the learning and tackle the project as a team, while the teacher facilitates, providing guidance and coaching as students engage in skills-building, career-based exploration.
Out-of-the-box PBL for schools
Bring STEM into the classroom with activities that excite students, take the pressure off teachers, and align to important learning standards.
Easy lift, high reward for teachers
Put the “wow” back into STEM learning with project-based activities that engage students in critical thinking, teamwork, and fun.
Get students excited about STEM
Provide students with hands-on learning that puts them in the lead as they investigate, explore, and create!
Authentic learning to last a lifetime
A partnership made in heaven.
Meet Jennifer, the granddaughter of the famous Rube Goldberg, and learn about our mission to bring Rube Goldberg Machine fun into every classroom.
Rube Goldberg Inc has teamed up with Teq to create a series of Rube Goldberg Machine iBlocks.
Rube Goldberg Machines are silly, complicated, wacky inventions that perform a simple task like flipping a switch or pouring a bowl of cereal. Teq’s Rube Goldberg Machine iBlocks use the Engineering Design Process and create the foundation that engages and encourages students to experience problem-solving through creation and innovation where invention turns play into lifelong skills. Rube Goldberg Machines prove that your kids are the smartest and most creative people in the world!Learn more
iBlocks project-based learning (PBL) meets the “Tier 4 – Demonstrates a Rationale” level of evidence under the Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA). As a provider of certified, evidence-based programs, Teq is among the industry leaders able to empower schools, districts and states to buy and use their solution to drive student outcomes. Teq worked with LearnPlatform, leveraging their third-party evidence services to complete this research work.