STEAM Teacher Workshops
Robotics provides students with practical opportunities to use design thinking and to be innovative developers of digital solutions and knowledge. It helps students to become innovative creators of digital solutions, effective users of digital systems and critical consumers of information conveyed by digital systems.
Workshop Robots and Coding Content Dates & Venues

Teacher's Beginner Workshop


Information Sharing:
  1. The National Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) School Education Strategy
  2. The Five Areas for National Action
  3. The Guiding Principles for Schools to Support STEM Education
  4. Where Robotics “sits” in the National Curriculum
  5. How to integrate Robotics into teaching and learning programs
  6. Making accommodations for different learning styles and abilities
  7. Strategies to overcome inequities – Robotics for girls, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander, and rural and remote students
  8. Assessment and Reporting of ICT skills for Robotics
Bee-bots and Blue-bots:
  1. Fundamental coding for the Bee-bot and Blue-bot
  2. Cross curricular classroom lessons, which provide students with the skills to code the Bee-bot and Blue-bot
  3. Online resources for Bee-bot and Blue-bot
  4. The Blue-bot App
  5. Mats and activity cards for Bee-bot and Blue-bot
Ozobot Bit 2.0:
  1. Fundamental coding for the Ozobot
  2. Cross curricular classroom lessons, which provide students with the skills to code the Ozobot Bit 2.0
  3. Online resources for Ozobot
  4. The Ozobot App
  5. The OzoGroove App
  6. OzoBlockly
  1. The Sphero App
  2. Sphero Edu App
Term 3 2019
Thursday 25 July Walgett
Thursday 1 August Moree
Wednesday 14 August Dubbo
Wednesday 21 August Cowra
Tuesday 27 August Orange

Teachers can apply NOW.
Please download and complete the
Workshop Application Form

Please contact Western Student Connections if you have any questions Phone: 02 6885 6144 Email: reception@wsc.edu.au