Robotics Workshops and Professional Development Schedule 2018

NSW | Introductory Robotics Workshop Coding Made Easy with LEGO® Education EV3

Carlton South Public School, Carlton
Presented by Joanna Burk
14JUN 9.30AM3:00PM TEACHERS FLYER

SA | Intermediate LEGO EV3 Robotics Workshop focusing on RCJA Soccer

The EDC, 4 Milner St, Hindmarsh, South Australia
Presented by James Dwyer
29MAY 9:30AM3:00PM TEACHERS FLYER

SA | Introductory LEGO EV3 Robotics Workshop focusing on RCJA Rescue

The EDC, 4 Milner St, Hindmarsh, South Australia
Presented by James Dwyer
28MAY 9:30AM3:00PM TEACHERS FLYER

QLD | Introductory Robotics Workshop - Coding Made Easy

81-87 Finnegan Way, Coomera QLD
Presented by James Dwyer
24MAY 9:30AM3:00PM SCHOOL
& LIBRARY
STAFF
FLYER

NSW | Introductory LEGO® Education 2.0 Hands-On Workshop

Carlton South Public School, Carlton
Presented by Joanna Burk
22MAY 3.30PM5:30PM TEACHERS FLYER

NT | EV3 Robotics - RoboCupJunior OnStage (Dance) Hands-on Workshop

DoE Beare Room Mitchell Centre, Darwin
Presented by Joanna Burk
3MAY 9.30AM3:00PM TEACHERS FLYER

NT | EV3 Robotics - RobocupJunior OnStage (Dance) & Rescue Workshop

Andy McNeill Room, Alice Springs
Presented by Joanna Burk  & Monica Hilse
1MAY 9.30AM3:00PM TEACHERS
& STUDENTS
FLYER

NT | EV3 Robotics - RobocupJunior Simple Simon Soccer Workshop

Andy McNeill Room, Alice Springs
Presented by Joanna Burk  & Monica Hilse
30APR 3.30PM5:00PM TEACHERS
& STUDENTS
FLYER

SA | An Introduction to using the LEGO Education EV3 in the Classroom

4 Milner St, Hindmarsh, South Australia
Presented by James Dwyer
30APR 5:00PM7:00PM SCHOOL
& LIBRARY
STAFF
FLYER

QLD | Introductory Robotics workshop Coding Made Easy with LEGO® Education EV3

The Gap State School, The Gap
Presented by Joanna Burk
19APR 9.30AM3:00PM TEACHERS FLYER

NSW | Introductory Robotics Workshop Coding Made Easy with LEGO® Education EV3

St George Christian School, Hurstville
Presented by Joanna Burk
10APR 9.30AM3:00PM TEACHERS FLYER

QLD | EV3 Robotics - RoboCupJunior Australia (RCJA) Workshop - Soccer

Cairns School Of Distance Education, Manunda
Presented by James Dwyer
28MAR 9.30AM3:00PM SCHOOL
STAFF
FLYER

QLD | Intermediate Robotics Workshop with LEGO® Education EV3

Cairns School Of Distance Education, Manunda
Presented by James Dwyer
27MAR 9.30AM3:00PM SCHOOL
STAFF
FLYER

VIC | Introductory Robotics Workshop Coding Made Easy

Kingswood Primary School, Dingley Village
Presented by James Dwyer
23MAR 9.30AM3:00PM SCHOOL
& LIBRARY
STAFF
FLYER

NSW | Introductory Robotics Workshop Coding Made Easy with LEGO® Education EV3

Moriah College, Queens Park
Presented by James Dwyer
14MAR 9.30AM3:00PM SCHOOL
& LIBRARY
STAFF
FLYER

WA | Introductory Robotics Workshop Coding Made Easy with LEGO® Education EV3

Scitech - City West, Perth
Presented by Joanna Burk
8MAR FULLDAY SCHOOL
& LIBRARY
STAFF
FLYER

NSW | Introductory Robotics Workshop Code Made Easy with LEGO® Education EV3

44 Kiora Road, Miranda
Presented by James Dwyer
2MAR FULLDAY SCHOOL
& LIBRARY
STAFF
FLYER

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Introductory LEGO® Education EV3 Hands on Workshop

Instant STEM learning with best in class robotics solutions - an inspiring full teaching solution based on robotics technology for real-life problem-solving in Computer Science, Science, Technology and Mathematics.

Robotics offers your students a highly engaging medium designed to help them develop 21st creative thinking, problem solving, and team work & communication skills.

Teachers attending this workshop will:

  • Be introduced to the EV3 hardware through a quick build robot exploring the use of motors & sensors
  • Program using the introductory level of the EV3 software which provides an integrated learning experience
  • See how Students can add text, images & video to create & present projects
  • Explore the curriculum material available to match your needs & requirements in the classroom
  • Experience a brief introduction to data logging with the EV3, a powerful, yet easy to use program
Introductory LEGO Education EV3 Hands on Workshop

Introductory LEGO® Education WeDo 2.0 Hands On Workshop - designed for Primary Classrooms

Ignite student's curiosity and enhance their skills in science, engineering, technology and coding. Use the WeDo Core set and software to experience the hardware, software and documentation tool with activities that you can easily implement in the classroom.

Your students can gain a deeper insight into science when you use WeDo 2.0 to create engaging, high impact lessons. The hands-on tools encourages pupils to get involved in science exploration by asking questions, analyzing data and communicating their findings, while the curriculum pack covers real science practices including gathering evidence, carrying out investigations and designing prototypes.

The core set comes with a programmable Smarthub, motor, two sensors and 280 building elements, plus software which includes one Get Started Project, delivering an introductory experience to the resource.

Introductory LEGO WeDo 2.0 Hands On Workshop

Robocup Junior : Robotics Competitions for Primary and High Schools

RoboCup Junior Australia is a project-oriented educational initiative that supports local, regional and international robotic events for young students. The focus of RoboCup Junior is the development of teamwork skills as well technical skills in an environment of participation, fun and excitement."RoboCup Junior has been developed with three levels of increasing complexity where primary and secondary students can choose to take up the challenge at their own skill and interest level. The three levels consist of RoboCup Junior Dance, Rescue and Soccer.

FREE Robocup Junior Australia Information Sessions and Workshops for Primary and High School Students. As the national distributor for LEGO® Education, MTA is proud to sponsor and support the Robocup Junior Australia and New Zealand Competitions. Visit the links below to see how you can get involved.

Robocup Junior for Primary and High School students

First LEGO® League

For students ages 9-16 FLL introduces real-world engineering challenges by building robots using LEGO® Mindstorms® technology to complete tasks on a thematic playing surface. Each Challenge has three parts: the Robot Game, the Project and the FLL Core Values. Teams of up to ten children, with one adult coach, participate in the Challenge by programming an autonomous robot to score points on a themed playing field (Robot Game), developing a solution to a problem they have identified (Project), all guided by the FLL Core Values. Teams may then choose to attend an official tournament In State around Australia or NZ.

Past Challenges have been based on topics such as nanotechnology, climate, quality of life for the handicapped population, transportation, improving the quality of life for seniors. By designing challenges around such topics, students are exposed to potential career paths within a chosen challenge topic, in addition to solidifying the STEM principles that naturally come from participating in a robotics program. Team members also learn valuable life and employment skills which will benefit them no matter which career path they choose.

For more information on Junior First® LEGO® League , First® LEGO® League, First® Tech Challenge and the First® Robotics Competition visit the links below

First LEGO League Students