LEGO® Robotics lessons use the cutting-edge technologies of LEGO WeDo for younger learners and MINDSTORMS® Education EV3 for older students.
Teachers know that hands-on learning engages students at every level, sparks creativity, develops critical thinking skills, ignites career possibilities - and is just plain fun! LEGO Education WeDo 2.0 brings to life building elements that motivate students to collaborate, build, problem-solve, and explore, all while deepening their STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, Mathematics) learning, and developing 21st-century skills. The combination of physical LEGO bricks, standards-aligned activities, and an intuitive block-based coding environment, ensure that interactive, creative learning is easier than ever to achieve - students can see their creations in action and test and refine their problem-solving skills!
MINDSTORMS® Education EV3 is the combination of physical LEGO® bricks, standards-aligned activities, and an intuitive block-based coding environment, ensuring that interactive, creative learning is easier than ever to achieve. The set contains an Intelligent Brick that works with building elements and data logging capability to motivate students to plan, predict, test, problem-solve, analyze, and explore, all while deepening their STEAM learning and developing career-readiness skills.
What will kids learn?
Analyzing and interpreting data
Creating evidence-based arguments
The course runs with WEDO 2.0 for smaller learners and EV3 for bigger kids
Lego WEDO 2.0
7 to 9 y.o.
Familiar bricks combined with basic robotics and coding. Spiced up with real scientific and engineering challenges. And inspired with guided and open interconnected projects. All young Lego fans are welcome!
Skills to get:
Understanding, knowledge, and skills that will help kids to develop a scientific view of the world:
1. Questioning and predicting
2. Planning and conducting
3. Processing and analysing data and information
Tuesday: 18:00 - 19:15
10 to 12 y.o.
Take Lego robotics to the next level. Sensors, motors, wheels and mechanical arms to immerse stundents in
important concepts of physical science, technology, and mathematics.
Skills to get:
- Basics of building and programming autonomous robots
- Phenomena, principles, and concepts involved in physical science and technology like gear ratios, friction, and gravity
- How to conduct a science experiment and find a creative solution for basic and advanced engineering challenges
Wednesday: 18:00 - 19:15