This course introduces the fundamentals of logic and coding using Ozobot. An award-winning robot, Ozobot is equipped with proximity sensors, optical sensors, bluetooth and a microcontroller. These facilitate the transition from screen-free coding to blocks-based coding.
Using color code, a free-form language that can program Ozobot, students will control Ozobot’s movement by drawing with color markers or using color-bar stickers. Through engaging with Ozobot, students will unleash their creativity and develop logical thinking skills through various hands-on tasks, including making a maze and directing Ozobot to reach different targets.
After getting familiar with color-code, students will transition to block-based coding using OzoBlockly, a web-based platform to code Ozobot. Expanding beyond the color code, students will practice and explore how to program movement, lights, and sound effects, as well as learn about loops, variables and functions. Understanding these concepts will give students a solid foundation for diving deeper into blocks-based coding.
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Session 1 - 2 : Introduction to Ozobot: Sensors and Obstacles
Introduction to Ozobot
Interact with Ozobot I: Proximity Sensor
Interact with Ozobot II: Light Sensor
Session 3 - 6 : Coding with colors: Speed, Direction and Logic
Introduction to color-code language
Introduction to speed
Project: Racing with Ozobot
Hands-on: Travelling with Ozobot on an MTR map
Project: Travelling with Ozobot (Ref: “Mission to Mars”)
(e.g. travelling in a city, travelling on a treasure island)
Project: Storytelling with Ozobot
A topic that children are generally interested in (e.g. different types of animals)
Hands-on: Spell out your name (Ref: “Write Your Name”)
Project: Animal Quiz (turn left: “Yes”; turn right: “No” // turn left: “true”; turn right: “false”)
Sessions 7 - 10 : Blocks-based coding
Introduction to blocks-based language
Revision on Ozobot’s movement using blocks
Introduction to line navigation
Hands-on: Interact with your peers - Character quiz with Ozobot
Introduction to variables
Introduction to functions
Hands-on: Projects that involve variables and functions
Sessions 11: Final project presentation
We believe in developing a personal relationship with the student. Our instructors are as much teachers as we are facilitators, and coach for our students' learning. By ensuring a small class, each student benefits from maximum attention from instructor and teaching assistant, and at the same time, learns from peers.
Our courses are designed for students to run at their own pace. Our curriculum is level-based for each module, meaning that each student can learn at their own appropriate, customized pace.
First Code classrooms are messy, chaotic and we love it! We believe in hands-on creation, experimental learning and lots of discussion.
What happens after this holiday? Like learning any other language, learning to code is best done through an immersive, continual commitment. We offer a multi-year curriculum that allows students to deepen and broaden their interests in computer science and software development.
There is no more camp or workshop available in this holiday season, check out Core Programs or other Holiday Camps for continuous learning.
3-5 days each week for 1 week, Monday to Friday