Free Coding Training during the Semester Break from Bursa Metropolitan

Free Coding Training during the Semester Break from Bursa Metropolitan
Free Coding Training during the Semester Break from Bursa Metropolitan

Bursa Metropolitan Municipality organized free coding and software training during the semester break for children 'to love science and technology and to become individuals who produce technology rather than consume it'.

Coding and software training, which was previously given face-to-face on robocode coding and software buses, but continues to be offered online due to the pandemic, will be held face-to-face at Bursa Science and Technology Center (BTM) for the semester break.

Students between the ages of 7-10 (born in 2015-2012) and 11-17 years old (born in 2005-2011) can attend the trainings, which are completely free of charge. The program, which will be held for 25 weeks between 4 January and 2 February within the scope of the semester, consists of 2 main topics as Introduction to Coding Training (Code.org), Introduction to Arduino Robotics and Algorithm Training. The records of the event, which will take place on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays and Fridays between January 25 and February 4, will be taken at BTM half an hour before the training.

The program of the special coding training for the semester break is as follows;

Introduction to Arduino Robotics and Algorithm Training

Tuesday, January 25: Fire Alarm Making

Wednesday, January 26: Clap Flashing Led

Thursday, January 27: DC Motor Control

Friday, January 28: Servo Motor Control with Potentiometer

Tuesday, February 1i: Billboard with LCD Display

Wednesday, February 2nd: Pet Toy with Servo Motor and Laser Sensor

Thursday, February 3rd: Electronic Meter

Friday, February 4: Gradual LED lighting with potentiometer

Students between the ages of 11-17 (2005-2011) can apply.

Introduction to Coding with Code.org

Code.org Code hour events

Students between the ages of 7-10 (2015-2012) can apply.

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