mBot Robogee Training
Get to know our online Robotics training
In 2016, MAPs’ Team Hope invented Robogee – the world’s first robot refugee! Robogee is a voice operated robot used to teach the world about the ongoing refugee crisis.
Designed by Syrians, Robogee is meant to represent the capabilities of refugees from around the world. Today, we invite you to learn from our award winning refugee engineers and Robogee inventors!
The mBot is an Arduino-based, two-wheel robot that comes with build-in sensors and actuators, and that you can program using Scratch, a graphical programming language using open-source platform.
MBot is a Science Technology Engineering & Mathematics (STEM) robot. Learning mBot will give students an early start into the world of innovation so they can tackle global issues in the future!
In this course, you will learn how to assemble mBot and how to program the robot on your tablet or PC. Everything you need for building is in the box!
The training is available in English and Arabic. We encourage you to choose Arabic language if you want to improve it!
What you’ll learn
- Controlling mBot with mBlock app
- Program the mBot using the Scratch language on PC or phone
- Use the mBot sensors and actuators
- Program robot wirelessly.
- Design projects using sensors like line-following vehicle and remote-control car.
- Purchase an mBot kit
Zoom, Google Classroom
Children 12 to 15 years old
English or Arabic
40 hours, 6 hours a week
mBot kit, you can buy the kit from here
This fee cover
- Training cost (excluding kit)
- Training cost for two Syrian refugee students in Lebanon (including kits)
We will contact you to attend the Robogee training info-session
After the session, you can confirm your participation and pay the training fees