ImpalaBridge - [ Event : Makeblock #mBot Robot - Intro ( Girls Edition ) ]

From Saturday, October 20, 2018 2:00 PM
to Saturday, October 20, 2018 6:00 PM

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DigitYser, Boulevard d'Anvers, Brussels, Belgium

Advanced Robotic class 02 , mBot Sensors : - Programming with the color sensor' functions library. - The Light Sensor - The Light Sensor

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Nearby upcoming activities:

Programming in Scratch: The Hangman Game

Tue, May 4, 2021 3:30 PM

Students create their own Hangman game in Scratch by drawing a relevant background and the hangman sprite with several costumes. They will also have to write a script for the 26 letters and write several words to guess in a "words" list. This project is more complex than the other projects my students have done so far since I am only guiding them and not giving them the code. However, I have broken the instructions into several steps and have provided students with detailed worksheets. The activity is very suitable for developing students' creativity, their programming skills in Scratch as well as improving their range of vocabulary in different foreign languages.

Programming in Scratch: Missile Command

Tue, May 18, 2021 3:30 PM

The idea of this project is to have Rocks flying towards the Earth, and the player destroying them by firing missiles. You can see just a basic example here: https://scratch.mit.edu/projects/522014937. In order to complete the game, students should make some improvements as: • Add “Game Over” • Add a system for score • Add a second base • ...

Programming in Scratch: Video Sensing

Mon, May 3, 2021 8:30 AM

With this project students will gain experience with coding as they create interactive projects using Video Sensing and develop their ideas into games, stories or interactive art. Before they start, they should sign up for their own Scratch accounts at https://scratch.mit.edu. Video Sensing uses computer’s built-in camera. Make sure that students are using computers with built-in cameras. Here is the link where you can see some of my examples and how Visual Sensing works. https://scratch.mit.edu/projects/517131808