We would like to invite you to Norbertov campus on Monday 5th December from 8.30 – 9.15 o’clock to find out more about the tools we use for teaching and learning.
Bee-Bot is an exciting robot designed specifically for use by young children. This colourful, easy-to-operate and friendly little robot is a perfect tool for teaching sequencing, estimation, problem-solving, and just having fun! Creative and seriously fun, a love for coding is one of the best gifts you can give a child. The iRobot® Root® coding robots make learning to code easy and natural in any environment, at home or at school.
TypingClub is a web-based software designed to teach typing to students of all ages. Because it’s online, all your students need to complete work is a device with Internet access. Stop motion is a special type of animation. It uses real objects-instead of drawings or computer-generated images-to tell a story. The story characters can be people, animals, or even everyday objects. You can make them out of clay or paper or just use some toy figures. puppets, or even friends!
Tinkercad is a free-of-charge, online 3D modeling program that runs in a web browser. Since it became available in 2011 it has become a popular platform for creating models for 3D printing as well as an entry-level introduction to constructive solid geometry in schools
Taking Things Apart: During this topic we take everyday objects apart and have a look at how they function. Children are inherently tech savvy in this modern world but we sometimes forget to make sure we know how stuff actually works and why it works.