Robotics Technology Campus

Keeping children at the forefront of the age of artificial intelligence

COURSE DESCRIPTION

The future era is the era of artificial intelligence! With the development of technology, more and more robots have been put into industrial use in real life, and even many grass-roots jobs have been replaced by machines. And the cultivation of robot-related talents will gradually become the mainstream direction of education.

In the next few years, robotics-related programming, artificial intelligence, algorithms and other knowledge courses will enter Japanese schools. Whether you can master a programming language proficiently will also affect children’s future development.

BE Robot Programming Course is a future-oriented course. Through more than 400 robot project construction, programming and group games, 3 basic programming tools, and the learning of the popular Python language, it regularly organizes self-representations of events and improves students’ space skills. , Mental ability such as observation, logical thinking, creativity, calculation, memory; and self-confidence, teamwork, leadership, communication skills, problem solving, frustration resistance and other emotional intelligence skills.

COURSE FEATURES

  1. Three-dimensional three-dimensional robot construction manual, easy to get started, quickly and intuitively exercise space ability;
  2. Perfect combination of building and programming, comprehensive training of hands-on ability and thinking ability;
  3. 3 types of robot teaching aids, 4 programming languages, suitable for different ages and levels;
  4. A systematic robot programming education system to make growth scientific.
  5. The official organizer of WER international general events, providing a display platform to enhance self-confidence.

CURRICULUM STRUCTURE

  • Robotics Basic
  • Robotics Primary Level 1/ Level 2/ Level 3
  • Robotics Secondary Level 1/ Level 2
  • Python
  • WER

Previous Competition Brisbane - August 2019

Maggie Chen

won the 2th place and she is a student from Firbank Grammar School.

Kevin Zhao

won the 3rd place and he is a student from Brighton Grammar School.

Benjamin Zhao

won the 3rd place and he is a student from Brighton Grammar School.

William Wang

won the 1st prise and he is a student from Brighton Grammar School.

Shiyang Yin

won the 1st price and he is a student from Brighton Secondary School.

Leo Yang

won the 1st prise and he is a student from St Andrews Primary School.

Andy Hu

won the 1st prise and he is a student from Brighton Grammar School.

David Yuan

won the 2nd place and he is a student from Brighton Grammar School.

Mary Gao

won the 2nd place and she is a student from Camberwell Girls Grammar School.

Justin Tan

won the 1st prise and he is a student from Brighton Grammar School.

Alving Gu

won the 1st prise and he is a student from Lloyd Street Primary.

Peter Dai

won the 3rd place and he is a student from Brighton Grammar School.

Daniel Chen

won the 1st prise and he is a student from Brighton Grammar School.