Artificial Intelligence (AI) is the intelligence exhibited by machines or software, and there are many interesting questions around this topic. Can you program a computer to think? This workshop uses a selection of online tools such as chatbots to analyse these questions and to give students an understanding of Artificial Intelligence. Are computers intelligent or not? Looking at online tools … Read More
Accompanies the Theatr na nÓg production. Learn all about World War I and try out different methods for writing and breaking coded messages, and use these skills to defuse a virtual bomb. The accompanying Scratch Programs can be found here: Workshop Version: https://scratch.mit.edu/projects/311922349/fullscreen/ Home Version: https://scratch.mit.edu/projects/311923110/fullscreen/
Learn all about Food Chains and make your own interactive model of a habitat using Scratch! This activity pack explores the features of landscapes and shows you how to model a food chain in Scratch. We’ll be looking at: The different features that make up a habitat What a food chain is and how we can draw one How to … Read More
Build your very own robotic board game with a micro:bit whilst learning all about Conditionals! This activity pack introduces conditional statements, how they work and where they are used. These are 3 sections: Conditional Statements micro:bits Board Game You will be learning about how a conditional statement works in computers and everyday life. This activity pack is worth 10 points … Read More
Learn all you need to create beautiful low-fi colourful artwork both on and off the computer. This activity pack introduces pixels, hex values and where pixels are used. There are 3 topics: Basic Pixel Art Hex Values Using Pixel Art online / 8 bit graphics This activity pack is worth 10 points plus what you earn in the quiz.
This activity pack explores the movement of the planets in our Solar System and shows you how to model this in Scratch. We’ll be looking at: The different orbits of the planets around the SUn How to create environments and sprites in Scratch How to code a working model of the Solar System in Scratch This activity pack is worth … Read More
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