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Out of School Workshops

Fun Learning, Outside of School

The challenges and forward-thinking nature of Robotics presents stimulating opportunities for the development of 21st Century life skills.

Our Out of School, fun learning programs provide an opportunity for development of 21st century life skills ie creative thinking, problem solving, social intelligence, coding, engineering and the scientific method in a fun and engaging way with liked minded peers.

Workshops

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A. Beginner Level

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B. Intermediate Level

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C. Advanced Level

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To discuss how to have an out of school workshop, contact Kevin and Pauline or book online.

Out of School Workshop Gallery

  • World of Robotics offered our students thinking well beyond standard project learning… energy and enthusiasm – so much more than just a robot.

    Marg Scott Network Improvement Officer Grampians Region
  • The children wore the hats of scientists and inventors when they investigated forces and energy through the mechanics of robots… true light bulb learning moments.

    Joanne Kretsis Year 3 Team Leader Auburn South PS
  • All of our children were challenged and supported to succeed, and had a thoroughly enjoyable learning experience.

    Meg Collyer Seabrook Primary School
  • Creating generations of creative and curious minds.

    Lisa Van Noordennen Principal Barnawartha Primary School
  • Problem-solving, persistence, scaffolded learning, high expectations, collaborative learning, risk-taking, test-evaluate-modify… Robotic Education met our aims and more!

    Rob Nelson Principal Bannockburn Primary School
  • We have worked with World of Robotics for 15 years… the whole school, every year.”

    Ian Sloane Principal Mitcham Primary School
  • The Robotics incursion complemented our inquiry learning philosophies of hands on constructive learning. The children wore the hats of scientists and inventors when they investigated forces and energy through the mechanics of robots. They were problem solvers throughout the whole time when they constructed their robot spaceships along with all the add on features. They problem solved and had many light bulb learning moments when it came to attaching the robotic appendages like the arms and lunar rovers.

    Joanne Kretsis Year 3 Team Leader - Auburn South Primary School

‘Robotics Come to You’ is an exciting and individually tailored choice of over 300 robotic challenges, designed to engage and extend your students – Foundation to Year 10.

Inquiry based and utilising your choice of robotic platform (listed below), students are set exciting real-world challenges to explore, explain, evaluate and innovate – presenting their finished robot to their peers. Working in pairs to encourage the 4 Cs (creativity, communication, collaboration and critical thinking), this incursion can even be extended into other areas of the STEM curriculum.

Robotic platform resources include:

  • Vex IQ – technology / engineering / coding
  • Robotix – Engineering / inventions
  • Cublets (MOSS) – Technology/sensors
  • Logi Blocks – Electronics
  • Movit – Construction / interpretation of Instructions

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