Robot Automation

From Sunday, October 10, 2021 9:00 AM
to Friday, December 17, 2021 1:30 PM

St. Brendan's Community School

Open in-person activity

English

Ireland

We are part of a project where our local authority (Offaly County Council) funded VEX Robots 🤖 for each school.  Students design, build and program the Robots.The development of computational thinking is a key skill and our students have developed this through active engagement. 

http://www.stbrendanscsbirr.ie

    Secondary school
    Robotics
    #robots #VEX

Nearby upcoming activities:

Festival of Code
Tue, Oct 1, 2019 10:00 AM
Day 1.We will invite friends from another school to do coding activities from Google cs with us Day 2 . Coding with Parents Day 3. Coding and Math station activities Day 4. Coding show by senior pupils Day 5. Chess teaches us to code (tournament)
TeachMeet - A-LEVEL | IB | AP Computer Science - Remote
Wed, Jan 26, 2022 6:30 PM

Join the A Level TeachMeet and find out about exciting resources being used by teachers to enrich or enhance lessons and projects.

 

•.  Share one resource or experience that has had impact

•.  Gain ideas from other teachers for use in your classroom

•.  Build your own networks and connections

New To Computing Pathway For Business Teachers - Remote Over Three Days
Wed, Feb 2, 2022 5:00 PM

Computing is an evolving and exciting subject to teach that opens up career options. This pathway will support you, as a Business teacher, start your journey to becoming upskilled with the subject knowledge and confidence to teach computing. By booking onto this pathway, you’ll complete two of the following courses from the Computer Science Accelerator programme:

Who is it for?

This course is intended for non-specialist Business teachers who are new to computing, wanting to learn more about the knowledge required to deliver the computing curriculum.No prior knowledge is required to attend this webinar.

What topics are covered?

By following this pathway, you’ll complete two of the following courses, you can find out which courses by selecting a course date:

  • Introduction to computer systems, networking and security (CP438) – during this course you’ll learn about the different components of computer hardware, including devices not instantly recognisable as computers. The key components for input, processing, storage and output will be covered, and you’ll learn about the binary data that flows around and between computers. You’ll learn about the technologies required to network computer systems together so they can communicate and share data. You’ll also deepen your knowledge of some of the security risks that are commonly heard about in the daily news, which your students need to be aware of to be safe and responsible web citizens.
  • Python programming constructs: sequencing, selection and iteration (CP423) – during this course you’ll develop your foundational knowledge around the Python language. Learn how to write code to input, process and output data, and how to manipulate data stored in variables. Using the building blocks of sequence, selection and iteration you’ll begin to understand how programs are constructed to perform a multitude of simple and more complex tasks.

How will you learn?

Scheduled live, interactive online sessions led by an experienced practitioner.Flexible facilitator-supported, participant-led tasks, involving deep exploration of the subject content.

How long is the course?

By following this pathway you’ll complete two courses from the Computer Science Accelerator programme, totalling approximately 10 hours, split across multiple days.This course is delivered as part of the National Centre for Computing Education.

Who is the course leader?

Outcomes Participants will:

Introduction to algorithms, programming data:

  • Learn about algorithms, how they are usually represented, and some of their most common applications
  • Recognise and use the basic building blocks of programming: sequence, selection and repetition
  • Understand how binary, denary and hexadecimal are used to represent numbers, and why this is important for computer science

Introduction to computer systems, networking and security:

  • Learn how data is inputted into a computer, how it is processed, stored and output in a useful form
  • Develop a basic understanding of local and global computer networks
  • Become knowledgeable and confident in using common cybersecurity terms

Python programming constructs: sequencing, selection and iteration:

  • Develop some basic program constructs using variables, handling user input and output to the screen
  • Follow the flow of a program, identifying values held in variables at different stages of execution
  • Create and control indefinite loop structures in programs