Industry experts from Consequential Robotics speak about how teachers can use the socially engaging robot MiRo-E and the MiRoCLOUD software to teach pupils how to code creatively!...!
IT teachers the world over are always looking for ways to encourage more students to code.
From learning the basics to coding creatively for real-life scenarios, how can IT teachers attract and engage a more diverse group of pupils and students to learn coding?
MiRo-E creators and co-founders Dr Sebastian Conran and Professor Tony Prescott speak to Professor David Lane about how MiRo and social robots can be used to encourage creative coding and appeal to a broader audience.
Professor Prescott will also demonstrate how the MiRoCLOUD software can be used to help pupils and students to start coding using the programming languages Blockly and Python.
Originally published by MiRo