Introduction to robotics programming
Discover new hands-on builds and programming opportunities to further their understanding of the subject matter. Then proceed to test the build, observe how it functions, and fuel their logic and reasoning skills through imaginative, creative play. Finally understand the core concepts and how to apply them to different situations.
The school will organise a series of basic robotics workshops to students which provide concrete, contextualised lessons that seamlessly integrate grade-level mathematics, programming and engineering activities for students. The workshops will provide various components including main controller, LED, battery, motor, bumper switch, radio, and sensors of colour, distance and gyro for students to design, build, program, manage and drive their robots. Students can control their robots by programs to sense ambient changes in temperature, pressure, light, sound, etc., and to respond by adjusting the robots' movement to complete simple tasks like watering plants, dispensing drugs, parking, loading/ unloading objects and so on.
|Target No. of Students||About 20 students per workshop|