Robotics with Python - Dallas, TX 6/24 & 6/25
Geared toward high school and community college or technical educators, though all educators middle school through college are invited to apply.Monday, June 24, 2019 - 9:00 am to 5:00 pm Tuesday, June 25, 2019 - 9:00 am to 5:00 pm STEM Crafters, 17740 Preston Road Suite 100-B, Dallas, Texas 75252
Please note this course is hosted by STEM Crafters, not Parallax. There may be a registration fee to attend. All questions about this event should be directed to STEM Crafters.
If you've always wanted to jump in to robotics or coding, then this two-day workshop is a perfect way to build your STEM skills. You'll gain an introduction to all the fundamentals needed to teach your first robotics, coding, and engineering classes for Middle and High School students using the Parallax cyber:bot.
What you'll do: Assemble the robot kit, wire circuits, attach sensors, learn to program the cyber:bot using Python code libraries for micro:bit.
Takeaway skills: By the end of the training, you will be ready to lead a semester-long robotics and coding class using Parallax online student tutorials. Each participant receives a full cyber:bot kit (a $200 value) as part of registration.
Prerequisites: Prior STEM teaching experience including solid computer skills and comfort with hands-on projects. No prior robotics or coding background required.
Question? Contact Office@STEMCrafters.com