Our Inclusion Programs focus on:
All of our Inclusion Programs are three hours in length and are specifically designed for smaller class sizes.
Design and build a robotic “pet” out of cardboard. Apply the use of Hummingbird robotics kits and block coding to make your pet mobile with lights and moving parts.
Apply critical thinking and design skills to construct and prototype a maze. Then code a robot to make its way from start to the finish.
Learn to use CAD software to draw a 3D object, develop spatial awareness and explore 3D printing. Discover the use of rapid prototyping technology in industry.
Make and code a robot to exterminate all others and become the Battle Bot champion. Build, code, and drive a robot to compete in a game of robot tag.
Design and manufacture a product using laser cutting machinery. Begin with drafting ideas on paper, progressing to applying the design in Adobe Illustrator finishing off with manufacturing a prototype with the laser cutter.
Experience the VR world by engaging in a number of activities and challenges using a variety of Apps. Students will also learn the application of VR in work life.
Develop graphic art skills using Adobe Capture and Photoshop to express creative ideas and make a bold statement, with an opportunity to meet a project brief outlined by the Geelong City Council to make projectable artwork.