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Robotics And Coding

Course Description

Computational thinking can be defined as a kind of problem-solving skill and is one of the competence areas in today’s world. It is a skill that enables individuals to automate problem solutions and to broaden the limits of thinking. Students who learn computational thinking can get prepared better for changing daily life and business life with technology.

The use of robotic sets in coding teaching affect learners’ attitudes towards coding in different ways. The use of robotic sets that can be coded with visual programming tools has revealed the idea that robotic sets can be easily used to support students’ learning in the field of Science, Technology, Mathematics and Engineering (STEM) and made positive contributions to different dimensions.

In recent years, programming teaching has started to find place in education policies on a world-wide scale. Computer programming has been included in the primary and secondary school curricula of many countries around the world and has been included as a national education policy. Robotic coding activities have been started in middle and high schools. Robotic sets are widely used in programming teaching, and they aim to develop a positive attitude towards coding.

The requirements placed on teachers are continually expanding as a direct result of the fact that they play the primary function of education in the technological advancements that we are experiencing today. This course is intended for instructors of all subject areas who wish to understand and then teach effectively the rapidly expanding fields like as computer science, coding, and robotics, which are believed to be an essential component of human life in the future. Participants are given the opportunity to develop their thinking skills, such as computational and knowledge operational abilities. Everyone who participates will have a fundamental understanding of robotic motions and advanced applications.

Learning Outcomes

Successful graduates of the course will have the knowledge and skills to do the following:

  • Using robots as a means to acquire knowledge of computer programming concepts and techniques in a manner that is grounded in the real world
  • To acquire practical experience working with instructional robots
  • Creating robots that are tailored to particular jobs and situations
  • Through their work with robotics and coding, your students will enhance their algorithmic thinking skills
  • To improve analytical, computational, and logical thinking abilities; In order to apply digital talents to the solution of everyday problems
  • To alter the way pupils acquire knowledge and to encourage a growth attitude among them in the classroom
  • To program and code using things that are available at a reasonable cost
  • To identify outstanding instructional techniques around coding and robotics that are now being used
  • To share ideas, experiences, and resources; to learn about and participate in cross-cultural activities; and to develop their language and communication skills.
  • To promote greater international collaboration and awareness of other cultures

Course Details


Professionals in the education sector (e.g., teachers, guidance counselors, principals, and administrators at elementary, middle, high, and vocational institutions) and non-governmental organization (NGO) staff.


The participants in this class will be introduced to Robotics and Coding; working with Robots, Legos, and mobile applications is a favorite activity among the students. This course is forward-thinking, user-friendly, and straightforward, making it suitable for educators in any field. It will cover the theory behind the issue, as well as case studies, debates, group work and games, field trips to related schools and organizations, and Q&A sessions with people who are currently putting their knowledge into everyday practice. This is an excellent method to begin learning more about electronics and robotics, both of which have applications in the classroom, given the quick pace at which technology is developing. Frontal lesson, brainstorming, learn by doing, working in groups, practical/laboratory tutorials and simulations will also be used to deliver methodological practices.

Course Objectives

  • Introduction to Robotics and Coding: Provide an overview of robotics and coding, including the history, applications, and significance in today’s world.
  • Fundamentals of Robotics: Introduce the fundamental concepts of robotics including mechanics, control systems, and sensors.
  • Basics of Coding: Teach the basics of coding including syntax, logic, and programming constructs such as loops, variables, and functions.
  • Programming Languages for Robotics: Introduce common programming languages used in robotics such as Python, C++, and Java, and explain their applications.
  • Robot Design and Construction: Demonstrate the process of designing and constructing robots, including the selection of materials, components, and assembly methods.
  • Robot Control Systems: Teach students how to design and implement control systems to govern a robot’s movements and operations.
  • Sensors and Perception: Explain the role of sensors in robotics and how they enable robots to perceive their environment.
  • Algorithm Development for Robotics: Teach the design and development of algorithms for robotic systems, including path planning and decision-making algorithms.
  • Robot Simulation Tools: Introduce tools and software for simulating robotic systems and testing code before deployment on physical robots.
  • Practical Coding Exercises: Engage students in hands-on coding exercises to program robotic systems for various tasks and challenges.
  • Real-world Applications of Robotics: Examine real-world applications of robotics in industries such as manufacturing, healthcare, entertainment, and more.
  • Ethical Considerations in Robotics: Discuss the ethical considerations and societal impacts of robotics and automation.
  • Troubleshooting and Debugging: Teach students how to troubleshoot and debug code and hardware issues in robotic systems.
  • Collaborative Robotics Projects: Encourage teamwork through collaborative robotics projects where students design, build, and program robots to accomplish a specific task.
  • Future Trends in Robotics and Coding: Discuss emerging trends and future opportunities in the field of robotics and coding.

Tentative Schedule


  • Meeting – Getting to know each other
  • Introduction to the curriculum
  • Presentation of the importance of technology in education system
  • Basic terminology


  • Robotics for Beginners: Scratch
  • M blok, Mindstorms
  • Lego and creativity in education
  • Arduino – Robotics


  • Algorithmic thinking
  • Critical thinking and creative thinking
  • How to implement AI and programming with Scratch
  • Designing robots by using coding and programming basics


  • Joy Kart (Makey Makey)
  • Creating animations and games
  • Introduction to programming mBot robots
  • Code mBot robots and move on to text
  • Participant-tailored practice
  • Learn in class about microcontrollers and their use


  • DNYArduino
  • Graphical/semi-textual coding environments
  • Functions
  • Variables, data types and operators
  • Advanced loops and conditions


  • Application task
  • Adopting, adapting and integrating
  • Creating Applications for Android
  • VR Classroom


  • Course evaluation
  • Validation of learning outcomes
  • Certificate Ceremony
  • Cultural trip

*The schedule describes likely activities but may differ significantly based on the requests of the participants, and the trainer delivering the specific session. Course modifications are subject to the trainer’s discretion. If you would like to discuss a specific topic, please indicate it at least 4 weeks in advance.

Our courses usually include two cultural activities. Further information is available on the webpage of each course.

Duration 1 - 2 weeks
Price 80.00

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