This workshop is all about exploring how digital devices/robotics can be used to deliver student centric, project-based learning in schools. Participants will explore practical solutions and applications of the technology (including project modelling, production, robotic control and coding), and how this can be used to build a deeper understanding of the integration of Digital technologies through a STEM methodology.
There will also be opportunity to learn and discuss how schools have bought into and implemented this technology for “hands on coding”, and how it can be used to improve student participation, particularly in the Primary and Middle years of schooling.
Please Note: Participants will need to bring a laptop/netbook as the resources will be shared through USB storage devices.
Presenters: Paul Moro & Hall Jackson
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