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10/05/2019 - Courses for Teachers, Classes for Students, News

School of Robotics' Summer Schools

School of Robotics' Summer Schools
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We publish the list, with the titles, locations, and dates, of the Summer Schools, that we will hold in June, July and August 2019.


The School of Robotic Summer Schools will take place in June, July and August 2019 in various locations. They are dedicated to teachers and interested people, to girls and boys, girls and children.

ADULTS:

They are reserved for teachers, interested persons, educators, but parents or relatives who want to train or get an introduction to educational robotics are not excluded. The focus of the educational robotics courses of Scuola di Robotica is the methodology of using robotic kits and the technique derives from it. Educational robotics is a means and not an end to learning.

Another aspect of our Summer Schools is the serene, collaborative and fun atmosphere that is created, whether the participants are adults, children or teenagers.

For training courses in educational robotics for teachers and adults:

https://forms.gle/kJ7aZn2Lzk48bAtA7

KIDS AND TEENAGERS

For educational robotics courses and workshops for girls and boys, boys and girls:
https://forms.gle/eTJ4pmW4m5oPefBV6

In Genoa, the School of Robotics and the Talent Garden Genoa propose the Hellorobot Summer Camp: http://www.hellorobot.it/

Here are the topics:

The Robot Zoo! 7-11 years
We will build robots that can move like snakes, swim like fish, fly like ... helicopters!
From Monday 17/06 to Friday 21/06
From 9: 00-17: 00

Space Robotics! 11 - 14 years
Using the Lego Mindstorm EV3 robots, we will schedule extraordinary space missions!
From Monday 17/06 to Friday 21/06
From 9: 00-17: 00

3D Maker 13 - 16 years
Let's learn how to use 3D printers to solve everyday problems!
From Monday 01/07 to Friday 05/07
From 9: 00-13: 00

TO REGISTER at the Hellorobot Summer Camp: http://www.hellorobot.it/

tags:

Dissemination, Tell me about robots, Robot@scuola, MarineRobotics, Science&Society, Scratch