Introduction to Robotics
Robot understanding, Robotics history, Future predictions, Robotic systems, Mechanisms, Control systems, Sensors, Actuators, Navigation
Introduction to Microbits
Microbit basics, Project coding, Programming skills, Debugging techniques, Variables manipulation, Conditional statements, Loop implementation
Shining Bright: Explorations with LEDs
RGB understanding, color mixing, microbit integration, LED strip manipulation, temperature sensing, flag illumination, circuit design, coding skills, light effects, brightness control, creative applications, project development
Adventures in Robotics: Mastering Vehicles
Robotics mastery, vehicle proficiency, fundamental understanding, sensor car construction, motor measurement, advanced communication, straight line movement, tilt remote control.
Traffic regulation, Light synchronization, Microbit programming, Pedestrian safety, Reaction timing, Hardware assembly, Sensor integration, Signal control, Troubleshooting
Luminous Playgrounds: Advanced LED
LED mastery, innovative illumination, shooting stars, stacking techniques, clapper integration, strip precision, interactive design, advanced lighting, playful environments, creative applications, energy efficiency, customization.
Building and Coding Autonomous Vehicles
Line-following auto drive, Car communication, Distance sensors, Vehicle attachments, Traffic lights
Microbit Innovations: Advanced Applications
Sensory measurement, compass navigation, temperature reading, sound detection, step counting, object locating, game development, reaction timing, interactive communication, radio messaging.
Life Skills You'll Gain
Ready to level up your life skills? Learning about Robotics is a great way to do it! Check out some of the abilities you'll develop as you become a pro.
Requires breaking down complex problems into smaller, manageable tasks, and then finding solutions to those tasks.
Requires understanding the logic and structure of a program or robot, and being able to think critically about how to improve it.
Allows students to express their creativity by building their own programs, games, art and other digital projects.
Persistence and grit
Can be challenging, and learning it often requires a lot of trial and error which develops persistence and grit as they work through difficult problems.
Often done in teams, and students learn how to work effectively with others and communicate their ideas effectively.
Can be used to develop and design websites, mobile applications, software and robots. This can be used to start a business venture or to create a startup.
Can help students develop their understanding of technology and how it works, which can be useful in many areas of life.
Often requires a combination of science, technology, engineering and math, and students who take robotics courses may develop their STEM skills and knowledge.
Spatial awareness and dexterity
Helps students develop their spatial awareness and dexterity, as they work with small parts and machines.
Students learn to express ideas effectively, collaborate, and provide feedback to achieve successful outcomes.
Discover Your Dream Career
Wondering where your Robotics skills can take you? Check out these potential careers to discover your options.
Artificial Intelligence Engineer
They create computer programs that can think and make decisions like a human.
They design and build robots, making sure they work properly and do what they're supposed to do.
They work on both mechanical and electronic parts of robots, making sure they can move and function properly.
Control Systems Engineer
They design the software that controls robots, making sure they can follow instructions and make decisions.
They build and repair robots, making sure they are always working correctly.
Human-Robot Interaction Designer
They design the way people interact with robots, making sure it is safe and easy to use.
They study how robots work and how they can be improved, helping to create new and better robots.