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Discovery Workshops - Can you start a Robot Business?

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Registration to the Discovery Workshops for Saturday 3 March 2018 are closed. Please email invitations@qaci.eq.edu.au or contact (07) 3552 9333 if you would like to know more. We can notify you when our next workshops will be available for registration. Please provide your details to invitations@qaci.eq.edu.au.

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Queensland Academies Creative Industries Campus

61 Musk Avenue

Kelvin Grove, Queensland 4059

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Registration to the Discovery Workshops for Saturday 3 March 2018 are closed. Please email invitations@qaci.eq.edu.au or contact (07) 3552 9333 if you would like to know more. We can notify you when our next workshops will be available for registration. Please provide your details to invitations@qaci.eq.edu.au.
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Queensland Academies Creative Industries Campus would like to invite you to attend our complimentary Discovery Workshops that are helping current students in Years 8 and 9 explore their potential across the International Baccalaureate curriculum. These workshops will run on Saturday 3 March 2018 at repeated intervals of 10:00am - 12:00pm and 1:00pm - 3:00pm.

There are no knowledge or experience prerequisites that apply to Discovery Workshops. Designed using a cooperative approach that merges elements from different subjects these hands-on workshops provide opportunities for lateral, collaborative, and creative thinking in fun and engaging ways with our world-class educators.

Current Years 8 and 9 students can actively engage in one or two individual sessions. The workshops, comprising of the same content will be repeated at the set interval times.

Design Technology and Business Management

Can you Start a Robot Business?

Robots are quickly becoming a profitable business venture and a way of the future. Working collaboratively with like-minded peers and with our little robot ‘Sparky’ students will discover how to race him around a track. With creation and design of a brand, logo and slogan, will this robotic adventure turn into a profitable business? Students will explore vectoring and basic programming/syntax skills through design and learn to understand business ideas and entrepreneurial concepts.

CREATIVE PROCESS

Introduce – demonstrate – experiment – collaborate - design – analyse

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