Our Term Based, Full Day and Half Day Incursion programs are based on STEAM Education principles using a variety of 21st Century learning tools. Our 2018 diary is now open for bookings!
TERM 1 & 2 ARE ALMOST BOOKED OUT so don’t delay and organise your booking now before its too late!
- School Based Incursion Program
- Cover a variety of STEAM topics
- Qualified and experienced teachers
- Links to Australian Curriculum
- All equipment provided
DO YOU WANT YOUR STUDENTS TO LEARN Coding & Robotics?
In this workshop students participate in several activities using Bee-Bot that introduce coding principles, problem-solving skills, spatial awareness, map-reading and more!
Pro-Bot Programming is an engaging workshop that develops programming and Maths skills! Students participate in several challenges that develop team work, co-operation and communication skills.
In this workshop students are divided into teams that require building and programming a robot to compete in several challenges using the RoboTami Creative Robot Kit.
Learn how to code and control Sphero – the robotic ball that offers a whole lot more than just robotics, mechanics, physics, maths, science and technology!
There’s no rule that says learning shouldn’t be fun, or that playing can’t be valuable. If there is, we created Sphero SPRK Workshop to break it. We know that kids love Sphero, so we turned that love into learning and creation. Sphero SPRK Workshop makes the skills of the future approachable and practical. And most importantly, fun.
In this workshop we use lots of different arts and craft supplies combined with the power of littleBits – the easiest and most extensive way to learn and prototype with electronics.
There is no end to the possibilities as your student’s create a different landscape of adventures, games and coding with Ozobot. A learning toy that opens the doors of computer science, STEM education, robotics and coding. This program is a term based STEAM program that lasts for an 8 week term.
This program is a term based STEAM program that lasts for an 8 week term. It allows for 4 classes of students to participate in 8 x 1 hour sessions based around coding and programming the Sphero robot as well as several design and invention challenges.
How About a Multimodal Literacy Project?
This workshop is designed to teach students how to use Claymation software to create their own stop motion animated video. Students will capture images using a webcam, create characters, apply small changes, add background images and music to create their own claymation movies.
This workshop uses the most popular facial animation tool – CrazyTalk 8. With it’s groundbreaking Auto Motion technology, you just need to import images, specify the facial feature points and record your own voice as it automatically generates lip-syncs to create 3D life-like, talking videos.
Use animation tools to recreate any event, or character, by working with images & audio recordings. Students can animate their drawings, character biographies, avatars, and research subjects.
Our NewsMaker Workshop provides students an easy and fun platform to practice writing, speaking and presentation skills. Students take on the role of news anchor and news producer, creating their own news story in 3 easy steps!