Learn, model and program
Have you always dreamed of building and programming your own robot, learning how to create a 3D object or understanding and mastering more about computers and new technologies?
Serdar and his team will give you the keys to this fascinating world, giving you the basics for coding, modeling and electronics, while having fun.
Your coach : Serdar Okumus
Audience : From 8 years old / Teenagers / Adults
How : Face to face
Project : 4 lessons of 2h per subject
When : from October 1srt
Language : English / Turkish
Price: 2400 TL, 132 € on face to face
The aim of project
Share my experience
3 subjects to consolidate your knowledge : coding, electronics and design, understanding algorithms and coding, choosing components, designing and assembling a model of an airplane, a hot air balloon, wiring, programming, in a fun, educational and friendly atmosphere, with the help of Serdar, in Istanbul.
It’s your turn to play !
Acquire new skills
Make and program!
Learn the basics of electronics, create basic electronic circuits with a sound board, discover electronics with Arduino, coding with scratch, learn to use and manipulate sensors and actuators, 3D modeling with a computer, learn to 3D print an object, and manufacturing.
Project management skills
Leading a project from A to Z with a final production, experimenting, understanding, creating, trying, making mistakes, testing, trying again, innovating and succeeding, thinking and helping each other to find solutions together, designing a robot that performs a specific mission.
Robotics brings together several disciplines : electronics, programming and even 3D design. Three introductory subjects necessary to start an integrated project, proposed in 3 times 4 sessions of 2h with Serdar and his team.
Session : Basic electronics – 4 lessons of 2h
For 11-14 year olds: Basic electronic components, circuits, (tinkercad online), LED with button, digital logic, analog logic, LED brightness, Servos, potentiometer, LCD screen.
For ages 8-10: Basic electronics, Arduino, Blink application, Digital logic, buzzer with button, Analog logic, LED control with potentiometer, RGB LED application
A few words from…
I am a member of the Maker Çocuk team
We created Maker Çocuk in May 2015, to teach children about this new generation of production tools and the culture that comes with it. Since the day we were founded, we have taught more than 10000 children and more than 1000 adults, teachers and educators about the maker movement and the use of tools related to the maker movement.
Our team is composed of different disciplines and wants to create change and difference. There are computer science teachers among us, electronic engineers and designers. This way we can teach by learning from each other and offer kids different perspectives.
We love sharing our knowledge, I can’t wait to meet you again and teach you my favorite subjects!
See you soon, Serdar
Do you have any questions ?
How do I register ?
Click on the project you are interested in and fill in the requested information. An email of confirmation will be sent to you.
Do I need to have prior knowledge in dance ?
There is no prior knowledge needed, only the desire to learn and to speak in english
Where do we meet?
Once your registration is validated, the location and appointment times will be sent by email and through whatsapp, as well as the location and address of the workshop. You can arrive 5 minutes before the session to get ready and arrive on time.
What material do I need ?
A laptop, if there is a need for materials, we will share it with you as the sessions progress
What happens if I cannot attend the course ?
If you are unable to attend, please let us know as soon as possible by phone or email. Any missed session is lost and cannot be recovered, except in cases of force majeure (accident, hospitalization, health problem). If so, we will discuss with Serdar the possible catch-up of the lost session(s).
Can I get a refund ?
Except in cases of force majeure (accident, hospitalization), the costs already incurred are non-refundable (unreported absence, voluntary and intentional cancellation during the program).