FAQs on our robotics courses
Micro-controllers, robots, & drones Welcome to our world of robots! We have so much in store with our suite of robotics courses. What are robots exactly? Well they can come in a variety of shapes and sizes, traditional-looking robots with camera eyes and microphone ears,…
Get ready for 2019! Early bird prices for digital technologies Teacher PD
Save $363 and get ready for 2018! Book now for early bird prices for full-day Teacher PD workshops by 31 October. Get your school ready for Digital Technologies in 2018 and be on your way to full implementation by 2020.
Build your first mobile app with drag and drop coding blocks
Build something awesome. Build your first mobile app. Anyone can do it. All you need to know is how to use drag and drop coding blocks. We’ll show you how in this quick tutorial. You can choose to build either an iOS or Android app….
Masters of Education Workshops at QUT
With the introduction of the Digital Technologies subject being rolled out into Queensland primary schools, I’ve kept rather busy running professional development works for teachers, in order to help them better understand some of the technologies that they will be teaching in classes. Most…
Code with Python: From beginner to innovator in 12 months
What is Python? Python is a high-level, general-purpose computer programming language. It has been used in many popular applications: YouTube, DropBox, Google, Quora, Instagram, BitTorrent, Spotify, and Reddit. In this course, you can use Python to program computer games, animations, dynamic websites, development boards and…
Coding is just like baking a cake
Coding is just like baking a cake. We look at the six fundamental concepts of coding — sequencing, looping, branching, arithmetic, data storage, and data in/data out — in the context of baking a cake.
Which programming languages should my child learn?
Glossary for New Scratchers
Compared to a lot of other programming languages, Scratch has quite a gentle learning curve. Still, getting started can be a little bit of a doozy if you’ve had zero prior experience with the kind of terminology used in programming. To help you out a bit, we’ve compiled a glossary of terms for new Scratchers!
Torres News: Robots in the Torres Strait!
Digital literacy is becoming as vital as traditional literacy and numeracy and Thursday Island school students are being introduced to robotics and coding to address this issue.
Primary and secondary school students, as well as members of the public, were given the opportunity to explore, play and learn about coding and robotics over a two-day workshop a couple of weeks ago organised by the Torres Shire Council.
What are lists?
To give you the short answer, lists are places where you can store information, just like variables. However, there is one key difference between lists and variables; variables can only store one piece of information at a time, whereas lists can store multiple bits of information at a time.