(Alert) robotics and programming

Technological innovation competition: "Create your city"

High school students are invited to participate in the “Create your city” competition, initiated by Cégep Gérald-Godin. This is a technological innovation competition where participants submit an electronics or robotics project.

NASA unveils the 2014 challenge of the FIRST Robotics competition, in which several local schools participate

On January 4, approximately 1,000 people attended the official unveiling by NASA of the challenge of the FIRST 2014 International Robotics Competition, in which more than 52,000 students from 2,600 high schools around the world participate, including many from our region. Discover the challenge they will have to face!

An hour of code across the world

Computer Science Education Week takes place from December 9 to 15. The aim of this week is to promote the use of computers in schools. We are not talking here about learning to use a word processor, but learning to program, nothing less!

Robotics Zone 01 invites classes to experience robotics this year

With a new partnership with the CDLS-CLS Network, Robotics Zone 01 is launching its new season of educational robotics under the theme "RoboCircus". Here is an overview of the programs and operations for 2013-2014.

The winners of the 2nd Robotics Festival, the next generation of industry in Quebec

The closing ceremony of the second edition of the Robotics Festival, which included the presentation of some twenty prizes, was held last Saturday in the presence of the Minister of Education, Recreation and Sport, Ms. Marie Malavoy. Discover the winners!

Robotics has the wind in its sails!

This spring, robotics events will bring together young robotics enthusiasts for competitions celebrating innovation and academic perseverance. Here are two, the 2013 Robotics Festival (Montreal) and the Robot Math Challenge (Quebec).

Launch of the FIRST Québec 2013 Robotics competition

FIRST Robotics is an international robotics competition in which more than 52,000 students from 2,600 high schools around the world participate.

Train little programmers

For many, computer science at school comes down to the use of technological tools in different subjects, whether it is a word processor, the Internet, an interactive whiteboard or a tablet. But in Estonia, the government intends to put coding on the program… from the age of six! Thus, the students would all be able to program simple software.

Family programming!

Learning to program as a family is the idea behind “coding taste”, a French concept!

Robotics learning

A suspicious package was discovered in the Montreal metro. A team of sixth-graders from New Brunswick were called in to help build a robot capable of getting to the parcel in question. This staging, based on a real news item, gave rise to an interesting experience in class!