13 March 2018

LittleBits and Sphero in the classroom:  Age Friendly City and Search and Rescue 

Designed for Years 5, 6 and 7 teachers, this full-day Professional Development workshop on Tuesday 13 March is designed to take you through the hardware and software of littleBits and Sphero – not only what they are but how to apply them in Science as a Human Endeavour to design an age-friendly city and locate items in a burning building.

You will have direct access to our team’s expertise as we share how we use these platforms to teach students the art of programming through “doing”, using real-world, hands-on innovative learning experiences. You will also experience the Cube, learn how to Code a Solar System and we may even meet Pepper the robot.   



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This workshop is appropriate for Year 5, 6 and 7 teachers, beginner level. The event registration fee includes refreshments, resources and a certificate of professional development. 

As only 30 spaces are available, this event is limited to teachers of STEM subjects. Please register your interest via the link and you will then be contacted with a confirmation of place and payment link.


Want to know more about littleBits and Sphero?

Welcome to littleBits

Ayah Bdeir: Building blocks that blink, beep and teach

Sphero SPRK Inspiring in the Classroom



13 March 2018 - 13 March 2018
9am - 4pm
QUT Science and Engineering Centre, level 5
QUT STEM for Schools
(07) 3138 1801
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QUT ambassador introducing students to the hardware and software of Sphero.