Coding and Robotics with Dash, Dot and Cue (WP35)

Wednesday, March 4 1:00 pm–2:50 pm
WCC - ro

Pre-Registration Required (Open)

Join Bryan L. Miller, Director of Strategic Education Outreach, as you go hands-on and learn how you can bring coding and robotics to your classroom, in a fun way! In this workshop you will have the opportunity to explore Wonder Workshop's robots, Dash, Dot and Cue through center-based activities. You will walk away excited and ready to code in your classroom!

Type: BYOD Workshop
Focus Area: Coding, Professional Development, Robotics, STEM/STEAM
Skill Level: Beginner, Intermediate
BYOD Needs: Chromebook, iPad, Android device, Amazon Kindle Fire. You will want to have downloaded on your device (iPads, Android devices and Kindle Fires only) the Apps by Wonder Workshop - Blockly, Wonder, Path, (You can also download Go and Xylo but won't be using them - Note: Go is not found on Kindle Fires). You can easily find the apps in your App Store by searching for "Wonder Workshop." Chromebooks do not need an app. If using a Chromebook, you will be using code.makewonder.com in your Chrome browser.
Note: Be sure your electronic device has a fully charged battery as only limited power sources will be available.

Presented by

Bryan L Miller Bryan L Miller, Wonder Workshop

Bryan L Miller (@BryanLMiller) is a veteran educator of 15 years and previously held roles as a kindergarten teacher, K-5 computer teacher, and Director of Educational Technology at the 2nd largest private, independent school in the US. He is an international keynoter and presenter in the areas of connected toys and play, computer science, robotics, and STEM education and brings fun and innovation to all of his sessions. Learn more about Bryan by visiting www.bryanlmiller.com. Bryan is also currently the Senior Director Global Strategic Outreach for Wonder Workshop, creators of Dash, Dot and Cue robots.