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Workshops and Innovative Showcase Sessions

Plan on attending one of the conference workshops or innovative showcase sessions? Please ensure that you bring a laptop along with you to access any relevant websites or software as part of the session. Some presenters may require you to pre-download software before the beginning of the session. A list of these with details is below. Please note that the capacities in these workshop rooms are limited so please ensure that you arrive early to secure your seat!

 

LEGO Education: WeDo2.0 and Scratch3.0
Mark Lockett, Wednesday 21 November 2018, Session 2.5, Room P505

Please bring your own laptop along with the following software installed: https://scratch.mit.edu/ev3. You will also need to connect to the conference Wi-Fi at the start of the session. Should you experience any issues, please contact Mark Lockett at  mark.lockett@tss.qld.edu.au.

 

VRMATH2: an online community for coding 3D virtual worlds
Andy Yeh, Wednesday 21 November 2018, Session 3.7, Room P413

In this hands-on workshop, participants will use a Logo programming language to create 3D virtual worlds in an online 3D virtual reality learning environment named VRMath2. VRMath2 is freely available at https://vrmath2.net/ To participate, please bring your own computing device such as a laptop or a newer iPad (iPad Air 2 or newer).

 

LEGO Education WeDo2.0 Robotics Workshop for Primary and Middle School 
Mark Lockett, Thursday 22 November 2018, Session 4.5, Room P505

Please bring your own laptop or iPad along with the following software installed: https://education.lego.com/en-au/downloads/wedo-2/software. Should you experience any issues, please contact Mark Lockett at  mark.lockett@tss.qld.edu.au.

 

LEGO Education EV3 Robotics Workshop for Middle and High School Teachers
Mark Lockett, Thursday 22 November 2018, Session 5.5, Room P505

Please bring your own laptop or iPad along with the following software installed: https://education.lego.com/en-au/downloads/mindstorms-ev3/software. Should you experience any issues, please contact Mark Lockett at  mark.lockett@tss.qld.edu.au.

 

Systems Engineering: An approach to STEM that creates digital portfolios to reward risk-taking habits during learning opportunities
Colin Chapman, Friday 23 November 2018, Session 7.5, Room P505

Please ensure that you pre-install Arduino IDE before the session. Available HERE for download.

 

 

 

 

 

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