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 CUE STEAMpunk Mobile Labs


Teachers and administrators can sign up for a STEAMpunk Mobile Lab, which consists of a set of classroom-ready robot drones or STEAM materials that will be delivered to their school to help jump start STEAM activities in the classroom.


Classrooms that are selected will be able to borrow 1 (one) STEAMpunk kit for five SCHOOL DAYS and will “pay” for their use by:

• Sharing photo examples of the robots in use with children
• Writing a blog post or being interviewed by the CUE Blog
• Keeping the devices intact and sending back all the parts supplied in good working order.



The newest STEAMpunk kit! Osmo!




                   NOW AVAILABLE! littleBits Student STEAM Sets


                                         Now Available!          

LabDisc Lessons:

Boyle's Law - Air Pressure

Cancer Risk

Air Temperature

Temperature and Sweat Production


Now Available!



 Available CUE STEAMpunk kits






Now available!!













CUE STEAMpunk Kits in action in classrooms all across California


Watch for CUE STEAMpunk Sessions at FALL CUE

and CUE National Conferences this year!


For more information about the CUE STEAMpunk program and if you are a vendor who

would like to donate robust equipment for use in STEAM classroom settings:

Contact Jon Corippo - jcorippo@cue.org



Meet the CUE STEAMpunk
Advisory Teachers


Brian Briggs is the Director of Innovation and Instructional Technology for Plumas Lake Elementary School District.  Brian enjoys working with teachers and students teaching, training and learning alongside them with new and exciting topics in Educational Technology.  He loves the use of coding and robots, and has always been a nut for hands on Science. Brian is  most excited about STEAM is the creating of projects and getting students engaged, also getting them involved working with and creating curriculum. He also loves seeing the excitement of students and teachers working together as teams to create or complete a desired goal. On top of the teachable moments, Brian lives for the ooo and aahh moments that happen during instruction. Connect with Brian on Twitter at @bribriggs.

Brian's lesson plans for Quadcopters!



Vicky Sedgwick currently works at St. Martin's Episcopal School in Winnetka, CA as a K-8 technology teacher. As a former software designer and computer programmer, Vicky is very excited about the current STEAM movement in education especially when it comes to introducing K-8 students to the world of computer science and coding. She loves to share about computer science and coding not only with her students. but also with other teachers as co-moderator of the #csk8 Twitter chat and as a presenter at conferences and other events. Vicky is especially looking forward to having her students work more with Sphero, mBot, Dash & Dot, and Parrot mini drones this year. Connect with Vicky on Twitter at @visionsbyvicky.

The CUE Sphero Speedway Sessions by Vicky

Other coding and robotics materials by Vicky



Sam Patterson is the love child of a giant robot, a library, and Gonzo the Great. With such an auspicious pedigree, it is hardly surprising he became a teacher of all trades, photography, math, writing, English, and technology. Sam enjoys using his doctorate in literacy to discover the best ways to teach with the funnest toys in his current role as K-5 Tech integration specialist. His forthcoming book is titled “Programming in the Primary Grade, Beyond the Hour of Code.” Connect with Sam on Twitter at @sampatue



Sara Boucher is a K-5 Technology Specialist in Las Vegas, Nevada. She is excited about teaching future STEAMpunks about using drones in their own classroom. Her specialty tool is her beloved Spheros that engage not only students but teachers as well. The most exciting thing for Sara about STEAM is how she can show others how to combine all aspects of STEAM into the curriculum for K-5 students.
Connect with Sara on Twitter at @msgeekyteach




David Saunders is an educator and library media specialist working in southwestern CT. He has an abiding love of good design, inquiry-based learning, and strong coffee. You can often find David in the "Labrary" Makerspace tinkering with this or that. He's a Google Certified Innovator, Trainer, and Administrator,Raspberry Pi Certified Educator, littleBits Global Chapter Leader, CUE Rockstar faculty member, and co-host of the weekly TechEducator podcast on Teachercast. He's also co-founder and program director of Apps University.



Julie Goo is the STEAM Coach for the Campbell Union School District in California. She has taught 1st grade through 12th grade and has been a Technology Integration Coach at international and public schools in Japan, Thailand, England, Hawaii, and California. Julie has a globalview of how STEAM can be used to both connect and inspire students. She is passionate about supporting teachers, administrators, and informal educators in the development of inquiry-based, hands-on STEAM learning experiences that guide our students to discover their passions. Connect with Julie on twitter at @juliegoo2

Check out Julie's great STEAM resources