On November 22-23, School of Robotics participated in the exhibition “School” at the annual Litexpo Exhibition Center. At the school’s booth, children and parents could learn about robotics, design and print a 3D product. Teachers and school leaders learned about the possibilities of setting up robotics activities at school and getting a 3D printer for this matter.
During the meeting in the conference room, we introduced teachers to the Erasmus + project “How to Raisean Inventor. Technology and engineering learning materials for schools”, designed for teaching children 3D design, building and programming with Lego Mindstorms and micro: bit technology, solving engineering problems. The training material is free and available in Lithuanian.
We also talked about artificial intelligence programming lessons, shared good examples of student-created startups, and gave an overview of 3D printing tools and technologies.
Paulius Briedis, principal of the School of Robotics;
Akvilė Gerulskytė, Erasmus + project coordinator;
Vytautas Štaras, postgraduate student in artificial intelligence;
Romualdas Grigelis, representative of IN RE.