15 August or 5 September - Two Hours Robot Makers Robotics Workshop - Age Y3-Y8 - Chatswood
15 August or 5 September 2018 (Wednesday) from 4.30pm - till 6.30pm
Robot Makers Workshop is one project out of 15 Terms program. Students may join anytime as we run it in a club format where more experienced students share knowledge with less experienced. New students are able to see what they can achieve as they progress. This approach allows keep students motivation high as well as teach them teamwork, collaboration and communications.
IT's a TWO Hours Workshop!!!
Our Robot Makers will:
Learn how to build robots and clever machines.
Program robots in a visual block based environment.
Learn about electronics, electrical circuits, sensors, apply mathematical thinking.
Morning Robotics Playgroup Class - Robot Newbies - School Preparation
The first robotics learning class in a format of a play group will commence on the 30th of July
It is a robotics playgroup class to learn and develop important skills required at school and life: logical thinking, fine motor skills, understanding colours and surfaces, basic logical thinking, understanding cause and effect, following instructions, communication, technology, basic coding logic and of course fun and play
Recommended age is 4-5 years old, great for preschoolers and young smarties, however it depends on a child and 3 year old are welcome as well
The format is a robotics open playground for kids of preschool age to play and learn
Many fun activities, play, socialising, cognitive development, robots and robots challenging activities for preschoolers
Small groups of max 6 kids (accompanied by mum/dad, nanny or granny/grandpa)
IMPORTANT: Parent/guardian stays with a kid, assists him/her building robots as well as socialises with other parents/guardian
Enrol your child today to join RUNSTEM robotics playgroup in Chatswood.
I have decided to write this blog to answer all those numerous questions I can read in the eyes of so many parents. I am running robotics and coding classes and happy there are many girls attending them. More of it I can see a very promising trend. There are more and more girls joining our robotics and coding STEM school classes. Still the proportion is not 50/50 however it looks like it is going to change very soon.
RUNSTEM first tried Minecraft more than a year ago and continue using it. Minecraft: Education Edition is a special version of the game developed specifically for educational use. It's still staying a game which students have been playing for years but with extra educational features. This learning approach promotes creativity, collaboration, STEM and problem-solving skills.