Jul 17, 2021 @ 8:00 am - 10:00 am Pacific
What You'll Do:
Are you an educator eager to bring your students better lessons and more reach content to help them develop 21st Century Skills? Learn how to motivate and guide your students creating and teaching some easy and great STEAM related projects and add some major fun with robotics to your school or online classes.
Join us on this workshop to learn everything you will need to start teaching STEAM content and robotics with Micro:bit, the most popular education platform for students from 6 to 15 years old.
Learn with our Micro:bit Champion coach designated by the Micro:bit Foundation for the 2021 program.
What you will get: Information about microcontrollers, actuators and sensors and how to use them on school projects. Teaching advice and example lessons. Personal support from the instructor after the workshop.
Who is it for: Educators, homeschooling parents and makers.
Skill Level:Beginners (no experience working with these technologies is required) Some experience programing a block based language (like scratch) will be helpful.
Skills you will learn:You will learn how to use and program Micro:bit and how to use some teaching resources for your classes.
What You'll Need:
About your Facilitator:
Daniel Sandoval Villa
Maker and educator with more than 20 years of experience teaching kids and young people technology and maker spirit.
Named Micro:bit Champion by the Micro:fit Foundation for the 2021 program.
CEO of Club Maker, a company with several STEAM related workshops with several successful participations with kids in national and international robotics tournaments and science fairs from China, Malaysia to México.