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Happening at:
Puente San Miguel, Spain

From Friday 11th of October 2019 at 12:00 to Friday 11th of October 2019 at 14:00


Realización de un taller en el que los alumnos llevarán a cabo diferentes proyectos utilizando placas Arduino Uno, las cuales se programarán con MBlock.

This event is for:
  • High school students
Main themes:
  • Robotics
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October 2019
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Nearby upcoming events:

Students with Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD) have programed a Scratch game to show their centre. Users must follow instructions in order to get some items. Along the way they will discover the facilities, such as the relaxation room, the spa or the room in which they train and develop their projects for the First Lego League and other competitions on robotics and technology.
Start: Oct 22, 2018
We would like to introduce some coding activities in our next eTwinning project. Students will have different options depending on their previous experience, as some students might have used these apps before: Scratch, Mit App Inventor, code.org, Kodu, CS First etc. For example, they can remix this scratch game and use the Europeana Collection https://scratch.mit.edu/projects/245354395/#player to create a new game in their foreign language lesson. We will invite the STEM department teachers and students who are already working on robotics to share their activities with us in the eTwinning project. During the Code Week, we will hold an eTwinning online event to invite other teachers to join the Code 4 All Challenge.
Start: Sep 15, 2019
We will travel to the solar system playing music by using Scratch and Makey Makey, during our Universe project.
Start: Oct 13, 2019
Code training with secndary, and basic vocational students. We are going to develop a game with curricular content (Network Layers) Once we created the game we will play with Makey Makey and then Spread the results with different countries.
Start: Nov 11, 2019