Tech workshops – 26th June 2016

10am-11am 11am-12pm 12pm-1pm 1pm-2pm 2pm-3pm 3pm-4pm 4pm-5pm 5pm-6pm
Title to be advised (Free)
Cognizant
Hack your toy $35
Imagin8ors
Robotics (Free)
IXEN Robotics
Title to be advised (Free)
Intel
Electronics $28
Electronics Made Easy
Fast Embedded System Design with NI myRIO (Free)
National Instruments
To be advised (Free)
Autodesk
Computational Thinking (Free)
Computational Tinkerer
Make & Play! Catch the Sound of Singapore (Free)
Japan Foundation
Robotics $20
materialiseit.com
How to make Education with technology and Art (Free)
Team Lab
To be advised (Free)
The Keys Edge
Tinkercad (Free)
Labs on Wheels
Ozobot (Free)
Labs on Wheels
Kodu Game Lab (Free)
Labs on Wheels

Cognizant workshop (Details coming soon)

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Hack your toy Creative hands-on workshops for children and parents in which they’ll imagine and create using technology and craft materials.

Cost: $35 (Registration Details coming soon)

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Robotics Teaching how to assemble our robotics kit as well as coding. Participants will be provided with a robotics kit (for class use only)

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Cost: (Free) Register at: http://goo.gl/forms/6KJSGaox1JIHSMdk1

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Intel Workshop (Details coming soon)
Presentation (Details coming soon)

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Electronics Helping Kids Develop their potential through the education of electronics
Cost: $28 (Registration details coming soon)

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Presentation
STEM Education teaching

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Fast Embedded System Design with NI myRIO (Details coming soon)

Cost: (Free)

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 Autodesk workshop (Details coming soon)

Cost: (Free)

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Computational Thinking Computational Thinking has been said to be the fourth R, in
tandem with the current 3R (Reading, wRiting, and aRithmetic).And many have recognized the importance of CT as a life skill for all in the 21st century and beyond.

In this workshop, we will give a gentle introduction to CT via three fun and thought-provoking hands-on activities that expose participants to the FUN and the thinking processes behind CT.

These activities include some of the following:
(a) Bill Gates and Pancake Flipping (introduction to algorithms!)
(b) Reading your mind with matheMAGIC,
(c) Fun with Sorting Networks,
(d) Looking at our world recursively,
(e) learning AI with Tic-Tac-Toe

The workshop will close with reflections on how these activities link to real-life problem solving in computer science and everyday things in our lives.”Come with an open mind and a questioning attitude.”

Cost: (Free)  

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Make & Play! Catch the Sound of Singapore In this workshop, participants will create a unique soundscape using original gadgets that collect everyday sounds and then transform into musical instruments. The instructor is a musical instrument interface researcher who combines his knowledge of toy design and electronic technology to develop “co-playing musical instruments” that function as tools for enjoying music regardless of musical talent or physical disability. In the workshop, participants will each produce their own gadget that they will use to conduct fieldwork in the Maker Faire Singapore venue. They will search for the fascinating sounds that lie concealed in the familiar world around us, collecting the noise of crowds, machines, the wind, cars, insects and birds, or tapping objects in the venue to produce strange new tones. After the workshop, all the participants will join together to play their sounds, creating a special soundscape of Maker Faire Singapore. Along with acquiring foundational knowledge of electronics by making their own devices, participants can also learn hands-on about the basics of soundscape design, which rediscovers the everyday through recording and playing sounds. (Please note that a soldering iron will be used for part of the workshop.) Organized by the Japan Foundation Asia Center.Supprted by Gakken Plus Co.,Ltd.
Cost: (Free) 

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Robotics Students will learn how to program and code each component and make the robot works, do task as to line tracing.Requirements:Students must bring their own laptop and mouse, download the program in advance One kit will be provided to 2 students during the workshop. (for class use only.)
Cost: $20  

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How to make Education with technology and Art
We want to introduce the Future World exhibition in ArtScience Museum Singapore

Cost: (Free) Register at:

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Workshop by the Keyes Edge (Details coming soon)

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Tinkercad

Have you ever wanted something you have seen or thought of before but have no way of purchasing? With Tinkercad, you will have the freedom to design and create something that you have always wanted from popular media such as Minecraft, Star Wars, Minions, and many more! There’s no limitation to your creativity, so come on board and unleash your inner imagination in the form of a 3D model!

tinkercad

Cost: (Free) (Register)

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Ozobot

ozobot

Any idea how a robot moves or does things for you? Programming a robot can be extremely simple and fun at the same time! Ozobot, the tiny smart robot, can be programmed to execute actions through the Ozobot app and their web-based games. Just give it the command, and Ozobot will follow your instructions. It allows the comprehension of coding, robotics and computer science through fun means that are easy to grasp. Join us on a mission to command Ozobot to complete tasks for us!

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Kodu Game Lab

Ever wanted to create your own gaming world and control how your characters respond to instructions? Kodu is a simple visual based programming platform that allows you to create and visualize your own world through simple commands and programming. It will tap on your creativity through the process of creating your ideal world. Anyone can use Kodu to make a game, young children as well as adults with no background on design or programming. So be daring, and come explore with Kodu!

kodu

Cost: (Free) (Register)

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