RoboBrain’s Public Lesson: Series 4 Making Fun Games with Young Learners

RoboBrain’s Public Lesson 4: Making Fun Games with Young Learners

Daniel Richardson, Head of Curriculum Development at RoboBrain: Making Fun Games with Young Learners

RoboBrain is committed to making computing accessible to as many children as possible.

In 2021, we are hosting a series of interactive and engaging FREE public events for both children and parents. We will be covering various topics drawn from the world of computing.

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RoboBrain focuses on developing children’s Computational Thinking. Our set of curriculums are designed by computer scientists, taken into consideration of children’s mental development and needs at different age group.

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