Primary School Children to participate in “Robotics is Fun” Workshop

April 4, 2018 4:00 PM

In today’s technology world, it’s more important than ever to prepare students for the future, and one way of doing this is teaching robotics. Robotics in education increases creativity and innovation of primary school children. By teaching our students the basics of robotics, we open up a whole new world and exciting opportunities to which they wouldn’t have access otherwise. That is why SPARK school in cooperation with the Faculty of Natural Science and Mathematics (Informatics course) launches workshops “Robotics is Fun”.

All interested primary schools can enrol maximum 20 students in two-hour robotics and programming workshops at SPARK school. The education will be provided by SPARK school staff and fifth-year FPMOZ students who attend the Robotics in teaching course. The workshop plan and program are fully adapted to primary school students. The exact dates of the workshops will be agreed with each school individually. You can apply for your school by completing a short application form. The list of participants must include the name and surname of the student, the class, the name and surname of the teacher/principal, and the signature and stamp of the principal. Robotics is fun!


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