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Tips for winning the Maze Rescue Challenge at Robocup Junior

This weekend, we — Elnaz and Emily — were judges at Robocup Junior Queensland for the Rescue Challenges. We oversaw two divisions: the Line Follow Rescue, and the Maze Rescue. Last year we gave you tips and tricks for the Line Follow Rescue Challenge; this year, the Maze Rescue Challenge was a new addition to Robocup Junior. From having watched many teams compete at many Maze Challenges, here are our tips and tricks for winning in 2018.

School Holiday Coding Camps

  Do your kids enjoy playing computer games? Do you want them to be part of the digital revolution? Coding Kids runs holiday coding camps, so that your children can have fun learning how to program, create digital art, or make animations, among other things….

Fun Palace Brisbane 2017

Fun Palaces Everyone an Artist, Everyone a Scientist What is the Fun Palace? The Fun Palace is a free annual and worldwide celebration of art and science. Every year, it takes place over the first weekend in October. In Queensland, the State Library of Queensland…

Digital Technologies in Year 3-4 Classrooms — On “Convict Crime and Punishment”

In a previous post, we discussed the integration of the Digital Technologies subject into Queensland schools. Just to refresh your memory on the subject, the Digital Technologies subject has a discrete curriculum, meaning that it is its own subject, complete with its own activities and learning outcomes. Part of the aims of the subject are to cover important concepts, such as algorithms and branching (also known as decision making).

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