November 6-8, 2019 * Gillette, Wyoming
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Friday, November 8 • 10:00am - 10:45am
Incorporating Robots in CS, Math and Arts.

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Award winning QuestBots can be used to teach 3-year old how to debug their own code. More complex concepts are great for older users who want to learn core programming and math skill in a fun way.
In this workshop we’ll learn how to teach math and programming concepts using robots. We’ll draw and use applications of arithmetic, geometry, trigonometry, boolean logic, degrees, centimeters, functions, and debugging/troubleshooting. In addition, we’ll design our own maze and navigate our robots all while using blocks.
2 to 3 participants per team will share their experience and present their own design at the end of the workshop.
No screens are required for this workshop.

Attendees will learn how to incorporate robots, computer science, and programming in teaching math concepts for K-12 students.
Attendees will also learn boolean logic, nesting, loops and swarm robotics.
Finally, attendees will learn to draw mathematical shapes.

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Delfin Lozano

Founder, QuestBotics
Delfin is the founder of QuestBotics, an educational technology company based in Longmont, Colorado. He has worked in medical devices as operations and manufacturing engineer for more than 10 years. He holds a MSEE and MBA.

Friday November 8, 2019 10:00am - 10:45am MST