Robotics and Coding Workshop

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Robotics and Coding Workshop


Held annually in Gympie in February.

Students are introduced to the world of robotics by testing programming manoeuvres using EV3s, which enable students to explore and enhance their coding skills & knowledge. They are presented with a number of missions simulating real-life problems. This workshop offers students cross-curricular opportunities in STEM. The sessions are delivered by Dr Damien Kee. Damien works with students and teachers from around the world, bringing the effective use of technology to the classroom.

Audience: Year 6 

Curriculum Alignment: Yes

Funding Source: USC’s Queensland STEM Education Network (QSEN)

Schools able to register: Gympie Region schools

Registration: Numbers capped at 48 – 6 students/school. Use the web form on this page to register your interest.

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