Welcome Teachers!

We are committed to empowering the next generation of electronics designers, while helping educators transition into the virtual classroom.

Upverter Education is a free interactive curriculum that you can start using with your class today.

  • Free, Accessible Electronics Design Curriculum

  • No Electronics Experience Required

  • Simple and Secure Signup

  • Online Upverter Circuit Editor

  • No Software Installation or Downloads

UPVERTER EDUCATION CURRICULUM

Designed By Educators for Flexibility

  • PICK AND CHOOSE

    Our lessons can be used to enhance your current coursework.

  • OR

  • FOLLOW SIX WEEK COURSE

    Our guided curriculum and projects help teach students the electronic design process.

THE ELECTRONICS DESIGN ESSENTIALS COURSE

The Electronics Design Essentials course is a progressive set of units that take students through the electronic design process, from the fundamentals to designing their own hardware.

Units culminate in final reviews, a brief quiz, and a certificate upon completion.

WATCH OVERVIEW VIDEO

EXPLORE COURSES

THE MODULAR ELECTRONICS DESIGN COURSE

The Modular Electronics Design course lets students build on their knowledge from the Electronics Design Essentials course and explore the world of modular electronics design using the Upverter Modular PCB design tool.

GETTING STARTED

IN YOUR DIGITAL CLASSROOM

  • STEP 1 - SIGN UP

    To access our courses, create an Upverter Education account.


    CREATE AN ACCOUNT

  • STEP 2 - ENROLL STUDENTS

    Ask students to create their own Upverter Education account or use the Google Classroom signup tool below.

    CLASSROOM SIGNUP

  • STEP 3 - ASSIGN UNITS

    Assign Unit 1: Design Fundamentals and ask students to submit certificates upon completion.

    VIEW UNIT 1

UPVERTER PCB TOOLS

Upverter Education courses are designed for the Upverter Circuit Editor and Upverter Modular PCB design tools.

HOW TO MAKE A CLASS TEAM IN UPVERTER CIRCUIT EDITOR

  1. Watch the team creation tutorial and create a team.
  2. Instruct your students to sign up and join your team as per the student registration tutorial.