Robogee Micro:Bit Training
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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 BBC micro:bit is a pocket-sized computer that introduces you to how software and hardware work together. It has an LED light display, buttons, sensors and many input/output features that, when programmed, let it interact with you and your world.
The BBC micro:bit 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!
Micro:bit is a powerful and straightforward development board. Even if you’ve never programmed before, its simple graphical programming interface allows you to master it easily. It doesn’t require any professional programming software; simply a browser is enough.
This is a programmable car kit. Everyone can program it by using block-based visual programming language. Whether you want to experience the joy of robots or learn to program, this is a good choice.
The training is available in English and Arabic. We encourage you to choose Arabic language if you want to improve it!
Zoom, Google Classroom
Children 13 to 17 years old
English or Arabic
Feb 4, 2023
30 hours, 3 hours a week
Freenove Micro:Rover Kit for BBC Micro:bit kit, you can buy the kit from here in addition to (18650 3.7 volt 2500 mA battery)
This fee cover
- Training cost (excluding kit)
- Training cost for two Syrian refugee students in Lebanon (including kits)