Preservice teachers studying at the University of the Sunshine Coast (USC) are sharing a high-tech education experience with students from 10 schools in the Moreton Bay region today.
The USC Education students will be helping about 100 children and teachers to make the most of a robotics immersion day at Undurba State School, Murrumba Downs.
The event is designed to generate interest in robotics competition and Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) subjects at school.
USC Education Lecturer Natalie McMaster says it would build the skills of aspiring teachers in the classroom as well as the enthusiasm of school students for STEM.
Participants will learn how to code sensors on a Lego Spike Prime robot to compete against other robots in SumoBot Lego, a-MAZE-ing challenge and Line Follow competitions.
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