Explore science with microbots for teaching

Explore science with microbots for teaching

Bringing young people closer to computing, math, science and physics in a fun and innovative way thanks to the use of miniature robots created for teaching. That’s the point of “smart robot”, a workshop for children from 4 to 12 years old promoted by the social promotion association civibox. Free meetings beginning Tuesday, June 15 will take place at Net Garage via Santa Chiara 14. Information and registration by email ([email protected]) or by phone (059-2034844 and 334-2617216)

The six workshops will be developed through interactive lessons, from guided exploration to problem-oriented teamwork, thus combining innovation, education and inclusion. Specifically, participants in the initiative will use technological devices such as the Bee-Bot, Lego We-Do, Romo, Sphero, Scratch and Ozobot in a didactic manner, investigating and learning concepts that are often abstract or difficult to understand.

Meetings are held on June 15, 17, 22, 24 and 29 and on July 1, always from June 17 to 19. toMore information online at the site.

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