Ozobots are small smart robots that are programmable through hand-drawn lines and colour codes. Ozobots expose students to basic concepts of digital engagement – such as machine vision and human-computer interaction – from a young age.
Problem solving, logic and computational thinking are at the core of the ADAPT Centre’s Ozobot workshops. ADAPT researchers have developed, formatively evaluated and refined a three-part Ozobot problem-solving workshop series. The workshops begin with an introduction to Ozobot’s simple colour coding language using markers on paper. As the series progresses, students are introduced to the Scratch programming language.
An Irish language version of the workshops has proved hugely popular with students in Irish-speaking ‘Gaelscoileanna’.
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