Monday 12th April @ 7pm - 8pm
All students are natural scientists and engineers. They love to question, tinker, experiment and play. Robotics and coding enable students to learn through play and to create an identity for themselves as STEM learners. The workshop will demonstrate how to use VEX VR code to draw images and are suitable for families / students age 7 years – 17 years.
Presented by Dr Sharon Lawton (Science for Life Officer) & Jonathan Comerford (VEX Robotics Events Coordinator)
Workshop activities will be completed on the VEX Website (button below). A laptop or PC is required to complete the workshop activities. A tablet/iPad can be used but it is not preferred, as some versions may not be supported. A separate second screen or tablet would be useful to view the video workshop presentation. A calculator might be useful for some but not essential. There is no pre-work or no Vex Robotics kits required.
To enter the competition, you will need to create a drawing using the VEX Virtual Robot software and email your submission to firstname.lastname@example.org with your name and school.
Closing date is 30th April 2021
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