[ImpalaEdTech][#EUCodeWeek] - #mBot Club

From Sunday, October 14, 2018 2:00 PM
to Sunday, October 14, 2018 5:00 PM

ImpalaBridge

Other

Info@impalabridge.com

DigitYser, Boulevard d'Anvers, Brussels, Belgium

Advanced Robotic class 01 , mBot Sensors : - Programming with the ultrasonic sensor' functions library. - Simple line follow program

http://ImpalaBridge

    Elementary school students High school students
    Basic programming concepts Robotics Hardware Unplugged activities Playful coding activities Art and creativity Visual/Block programming Game design Motivation and awareness raising Promoting diversity
    kids robotics coding sensors stem mBot Makeblock ImpalaETech

Nearby upcoming activities:

Are you a refugee? Learn the basics of coding with HackYourFuture Belgium!

Tue, Oct 27, 2020 6:30 PM

HackYourFuture Belgium is a coding school for refugees & vulnerable newcomers in Belgium. Our mission is to empower refugees by teaching them the necessary skills to start a career in software development. Our 8-month course is divided into different modules which cover programming languages such as HTML, CSS, JavaScript, Node, Databasing in MySQL/MongoDB and React. However, what we value most is that our students learn how to think as a programmer, how to solve problems, and how to manage a project. This fundamental knowledge prepares our students for their first job as a web developer! Finding your entrance door to the IT world is not always easy. Where do you start? What does it mean to become a software developer? During this 2-hours workshop, our coach will begin by guiding your first steps the fascinating world of coding. Then, you'll have the opportunity to listen & ask questions to our community of alumni, refugees who are now working as developers in Belgium. Digital Skills are for everyone, join us! Note: this workshop will be fully given in english.

CODE WEEK 2020 with TTI

Sat, Oct 10, 2020 10:00 AM

Linux, processing and programming. 10.10.2020 & 7.11.2020 & 21.11.2020 & 5.12.2020

Bluebot

Mon, Oct 19, 2020 12:00 AM

The youngest students between 12 and 15 years old will learn how to work with a bluebot. There will be 3 games that they can play in games. The second week, we will think about making a classgame with the bluebot. The students will talk about a theme and make drawings.