Robotics & screenless coding workshops - CTK Rijeka #1
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Informatics club Futura and the Dubrovnik-neretva county & City of Dubrovnik Association of technical culture on Saturday, September 18th at CTK Rijeka from 09:30 will have Robotics & screenless coding workshop for kids. At the workshop, participants will first learn basics of robotics and see various types of robots. Then they will program Cubetto robots. At the end of the workshop, all participants will receive a certificate of successful completion of the workshop.

Target audience
kindergarten & elementary school children
 
Informatics club Futura, Dubrovnik-neretva county & City of Dubrovnik Association of technical culture
Tomo Sjekavica
futura.dubrovnik@gmail.com
 
CTK Rijeka
Školjić 6
51000 Rijeka
Croatia/Hrvatska
 
Robotics & screenless coding workshops - CTK Rijeka #2
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Informatics club Futura and the Dubrovnik-neretva county & City of Dubrovnik Association of technical culture on Saturday, September 18th at CTK Rijeka from 11:00 will have Robotics & screenless coding workshop for kids. At the workshop, participants will first learn basics of robotics and see various types of robots. Then they will program Cubetto robots. At the end of the workshop, all participants will receive a certificate of successful completion of the workshop.

Target audience
elementary school children
 
Informatics club Futura, Dubrovnik-neretva county & City of Dubrovnik Association of technical culture
Tomo Sjekavica
futura.dubrovnik@gmail.com
 
CTK Rijeka
Školjić 6
51000 Rijeka
Croatia/Hrvatska
 
Robotics & screenless coding workshops - Primary school
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Informatics club Futura and the Dubrovnik-neretva county & City of Dubrovnik Association of technical culture on Thursday, September 30th at Primary school "Mljet" Babino polje on island Mljet from 11:30 will have Robotics & screenless coding workshop for kids. At the workshop, participants will first learn basics of robotics and see various types of robots. Then they will program Cubetto robots. At the end of the workshop, all participants will receive a certificate of successful completion of the workshop.

Target audience
elementary school children
 
Informatics club Futura, Dubrovnik-neretva county & City of Dubrovnik Association of technical culture
Tomo Sjekavica
futura.dubrovnik@gmail.com
 
Primary school "Mljet" Babino polje
Sršenovići 42
20225 Babino polje
Croatia/Hrvatska
 
Robotics workshop for teachers of technical culture - Primary school don Mihovil Pavlinović Metković
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At Primary school don Mihovil Pavlinović Metković robotics workshop for teachers of technical culture will be held.
The lecturers of the robotics workshop will be Ivica Kolarić and Ivan Kolarić from the Croatian Robotics Association. In the workshops, teachers will learn the basics of robotics and robot programming through practical examples and tasks. So they can prepare their students for robotics competitions.

The robotics workshops and the robotic alka are the result of cooperation between the Croatian Robotics Association, the Maritime Technical School Dubrovnik and Dubrovnik-neretva county & City of Dubrovnik Association of Technical Culture.

Target audience
teachers of technical culture
 
Croatian robotics Association, Dubrovnik-neretva county & City of Dubrovnik Association of Technical Culture
Tomo Sjekavica
ztkdubrovnik@gmail.com
 
Primary school don Mihovil Pavlinović Metković
Ul. Alojzija Stepinca 2
20350 Metković
Croatia/Hrvatska
 
Colorful circuit workshop on Lokrum
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On Saturday, October 30th in Olive grove on island Lokrum Informatics club Futura, Dubrovnik-neretva county & City of Dubrovnik Association of technical culture will hold Colorful circuit workshop for Zadar County Association of technical culture youth. Lecturer Dinka Lale from university of Dubrovnik & Informatics club Futura will present colorful circuit sets. Students will make practical excercises with circuit sets.

Target audience
kids & youth
 
Informatics club Futura, Dubrovnik-neretva county & City of Dubrovnik Association of technical culture,
Tomo Sjekavica
futura.dubrovnik@gmail.com
 
Island Lokrum
Lukrum bb
20000 Dubrovnik
Croatia/Hrvatska
 
Arduino workshop in Youth center Dubrovnik
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On Monday, November 1st in Youth center Dubrovnik Informatics club Futura, Dubrovnik-neretva county & City of Dubrovnik Association of technical culture will hold Arduino workshop for Zadar County Association of technical culture youth. Lecturer Tomo Sjekavica will present Arduino technology, various types of Arduino development boards and projects that can be realized with Arduino. Then, with the practical work of the participants, he will demonstrate the connection and control of basic electronic components, as well as programming in the Arduino IDE development environment.

Target audience
kids & youth
 
Informatics club Futura, Dubrovnik-neretva county & City of Dubrovnik Association of technical culture,
Tomo Sjekavica
futura.dubrovnik@gmail.com
 
Youth center Dubrovnik
Obala pape Ivana Pavla II 44A
20000 Dubrovnik
Croatia/Hrvatska
 
Izrada krajnjeg izvršnika robotske ruke
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Students will develop an understanding of engineering design and of the roles of troubleshooting, research and development, invention and innovation, and experimentation in problem solving. They will create a NASA Challenge:
You are a NASA Robotics Engineer, and you need to find a way to grab the foot restraints the astronauts are attached to using the robotic arm.

Target audience
Students from our school
 
Elementary school Ivan Cankar
Maja Mačinko
xjamax@gmail.com
 
Osnovna škola Ivana Cankara
Cankareva ulica 10
10000 Zagreb
Croatia/Hrvatska
 
Micro:bit workshop
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Workshop for young robo-friends in perfect technical environment.
Using Micro:bit and Boson we will teach young robo friends how to program with joy.

Target audience
Young people that like to start programming with Micro:bit.
 
Zajednica tehničke kulture grada Ludbrega
Marija Schubert
info@ztkl.hr
 
Ludbreg
Trg Svetog Trojstva 14
42230 Ludbreg
Croatia/Hrvatska
 
Robotics for Young Children
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Young children are curious about the world around them, and today that world includes coding, robotics and engineering. Integrating robotics into early childhood education helps close gender and other gaps in achievement in STEAM fields. With robotics, children’s code affects the physical world – the robot moves and reacts based on the instructions the children give it. We will use Cubetto - a wooden robot that wants to be told where to go and how to get there.

Target audience
Children 4-6 years old
 
Croatian Robotic Association
Željko Krnjajić
hroboszg@gmail.com
0989573225
 
DJEČJI VRTIĆ OREPČIĆI
Faranski pogon 12
51262 Kraljevica
Croatia/Hrvatska
 
mBot 2 challenge
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[hrv]
Učenici, podijeljeni u nekoliko grupa (po razredima), natjecat će se u programiranju i upravljanju robotom mBot2.
Zadatci koje će učenici trebati uspješno odraditi uključivat će: pronalazak i praćenje crne linije pomoću quad RGB senzora, pokretanje robota pomoću određenih tipki, uključivanje/isključivanje led dioda na robotu, korištenje naredbi za mjerenje vremena, programiranje robota da reproducira zvuk.

[eng]
Students, divided into several groups (by school grade), will compete in programming and controlling the mBot2 robot.
Tasks that students will need to complete successfully will include: finding and tracking a black line using a quad RGB sensor, starting the robot using certain keys, turning LEDs on / off the robot, using timing commands, programming the robot to reproduce sound.


Target audience
[hrv]
Učenici osnovne škole (od 2. do 8. razreda).

[eng]
Elementary school students (2nd to 8th grade).

 
Zajednica tehničke kulture grada Splita
Ella Rinčić
ella@ztk-split.hr
+385 95 352 1377
 
Zajednica tehničke kulture grada Splita
Varaždinska 53
21000 Split
Croatia/Hrvatska
 
Bee Bot Workshop 2021
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With the help of Bee Bots, children will learn basic programming and algorithms, develop their logical thinking, fine motor skills, communication skills, enrich their vocabulary, develop spatial orientation, attention, memory and creativity.

The themed backgrounds on which the Bee Bots move are divided into several square fields. Individual fields are marked with different pictorial representations (geometric shapes, letters, numbers, continents, nature, etc.). Children are given the task of programming a Bee Bot to get from point A to point B and the robot is controlled using the buttons located on the back of the bee. After the child programs the Bee Bot, the robot independently moves from one location to another. Children interact with the Bee Bot through keys (manual programming, eg. up, down, left, right, pause, go) and visually master the paths and mazes along which the programmed robots move. From the original simple solutions (eg. "Bring the bee from the flower to the hive") to more complex tasks (eg. "The bee should come out of the hive, then take it to the meadow, pick up the pollen and finally take it through the beekeeper to the jar of honey “). After a certain time of use, children begin to understand the algorithms around them and are increasingly advanced in their learning and creation. This way of learning and teaching is very interesting because it takes place through play and children learn situationally, spontaneously and naturally. Since programming is teamwork, through this game children learn communication skills, teamwork efficiency and how to celebrate successfully solved tasks with common rules, agreements and solutions.

Target audience
Children ages of 3 to 7 which attend Suncokret Kindergarten in Slatina (35 children) and Suncokret Kindergarten in Mikleus (27 children). Also children of 3 to 7 from Slatina who do not go to kindergarten (10-15 children).
 

Snjezana Dupan-Lovric
djecji.vrtic.suncokret@vt.t-com.hr
00385981792075
 
Suncokret Kindergarten
Ribnjak 16
33520 Slatina
Croatia/Hrvatska
 
mBot radionica
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Ova radionica za polaznike redovne radionice STEM (grupa 2) pruža zabavni uvod u robotiku. Na radionici će polaznici koristiti mBot robot. Polaznici će na današnjoj radionici naučiti koristiti senzor za praćenje linije.

Target audience
učenici od 5. do 7. razreda osnovne škole
 
Hrvatski savez brodomaketara
Loris Rašpolić
lraspolic@ctk-rijeka.hr
+385915899849
 
Centar tehničke kulture Rijeka
Školjić 6
51000 Rijeka
Croatia/Hrvatska
 
mBot kreće u novu avanturu
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Učenici će programirati mBot robota kroz makeBlock sučelje - korištenje senzora za praćenje crte, LED dioda, zujalica, ultrazvučni senzor. Robot će morati odraditi zadane zadake krećući se po stazi.

Target audience
Učenici 4.-8. razreda
 
OŠ Eugena Kvaternika
Dalia Kager
dalia.kager@gmail.com
0959020244
 
OŠ Eugen Kvaternik
Školska 4
10410 Velika Gorica
Croatia/Hrvatska
 
mBot istražuje u razrednoj nastavi
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Učenici 7. razreda održat će mini radionicu za učenike 1. razreda naše škole. Pokazat će im mBot robota i poučiti ih kako ga programirati da se kreće. Učenici će isprobati upravljati mBotom pomoću daljinskog upravljača.

Target audience
Učenici 1. i 7. razreda
 
OŠ Eugena Kvaternika
Dalia Kager
dalia.kager@gmail.com
0959020244
 
OŠ Eugen Kvaternik
Školska 4
10410 Velika Gorica
Croatia/Hrvatska
 
micro:bit radionica
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Ova radionica za polaznike redovne radionice STEM (grupa 1) pruža zabavni uvod u robotiku. Na radionici će polaznici koristiti micro:bit. Polaznici će na radionici koristi led diode i RGB led diode.

Target audience
učenici od 3. do 5. razreda osnovne škole
 
Centar tehničke kulture Rijeka
Loris Rašpolić
lraspolic@ctk-rijeka.hr
0915899849
 
Loris Rašpolić
Školjić 6
51000 Rijeka
Croatia/Hrvatska
 
Arduino workshop
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Simply put, Arduino is a micro-controller. This small computer is used as the brain of the robot. It can be programmed to control the way buttons, motors, switches, lights, and other electronic parts work together. Arduino is hands-on, which is one of the many reasons it’s appealing to kids. It can be plugged into your computer. You can write a program on the computer and send it to the Arduino.

When kids start to use Arduino, they quickly learn that robotics is all around us. While it’s interesting to learn about electronics and how they work, it’s even better when you get to try it for yourself. When kids use Arduino at MakerKids, they get to build their own projects. They get to see what works and what doesn’t work and how to problem-solve in the process.

Zajednica tehničke kulture grada Gospića
Paula
ztkgospic@gmail.com
 
Kulturno informativni centar
Budačka 12
53000 Gospić
Croatia/Hrvatska