Massachusetts Association 
of Science Teachers

Robotics + iSENSE Science Workshop - K-12

Friday, September 30, 2016 8:58 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)
You're Invited! Free Robotics + iSENSE Science Workshop
Sat. Nov. 5, 8:30am-12:30pm
Are you a K12+ Educator? Are you interested in bringing inspirational, hands-on technology experiences to your classroom to enhance student learning of science, technology, engineering and math (STEM)? If so, you are invited to a free hands-on workshop for K12+ Educators to learn about:
  • Building robots and how to include them in your teaching 
  • Using iSENSE, a collaborative, web-based data visualization platform
The workshop will be held at UMass Lowell, in Olsen Hall, on Saturday, November 5 from 8:30 am to 12:30pm, with registration and refreshments starting at 8:00 am. No previous experience is necessary! At this workshop you will:
  • interact with other teachers who have already used robots. 
  • discover Artbotics 
  • build and program a robot creature, using the Lego Mindstorms or Arduino platform. 
  • receive advanced instruction for experienced users. 
  • learn how to use the iSENSE data visualization system in your classroom 
  • Receive information about funding opportunities! 
Letters of attendance will be available. This workshop is open to K-12+ educators only. Space is limited, Registration required at: http://umass-lowell-workshop.eventbrite.com Once you complete the registration form, you'll receive an electronic confirmation. About one week prior to the workshop you will receive a reminder with directions and workshop location. The workshop is designed for teachers and educators. We will keep a waiting list if the workshop fills up. No shows are an expense to us, if you need to cancel, please let us know ASAP at: robots@cs.uml.edu For more information on robotics programs at UMass Lowell, please go to www.cs.uml.edu/k12. Please feel free to forward or post. 


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