Learn to build and code a robot buggy using the Micro:bit system
This 15 hour Robotics course will focus on how to build a line following robot buggy using a BBC Micro:bit. The buggy is a great educational tool for students to build, as it combines several elements of design and technology, electronics, mechanical assembly and coding. The kit is a suitable option as an introduction to robotics technology.
What will students learn when building the Robot Buggy:
- Soldering Techniques
- Mechanical Assembly
- Basic Electronics
- How the Line Following works
- How Motor Driver Boards work
- How to Control Motors with the BBC micro:bit
For students aged between 11 and 14
Starting: 6th March 2018
Time: 16:30 - 18:15
Sessions: 1.5 hours per session (Total 15 hours)
Venue: PWC Academy
For more information email us on Antoine.firstname.lastname@example.org.