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London school of Mathematics and Programming organised Robotics Camp

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London school of Mathematics and Programming organised Robotics Camp


18.04.2018

Russian Ministry of Education press service

London school of Mathematics and Programming organized Robotics Camp for kids 7-17 years old. Kids learn many new things about high technologies in Russia, Rossotrudnichestvo website reports. 

Experienced teachers have introduced basics of coding, robotics, 3D-design, aided in solving multidisciplinary tasks. 

The school started working 2,5 years ago. It is now well-recognized and popular among parents and programming specialists. Its students bring prizes from international Olympiads. 

It is worth mentioning that the UK has become the first country to use Russian Innovation Center Skolkovo developments, such as cybernetic constructors TRICK and ROBBO, in children robotics education. 

Smart House project and another project involving interactive particles in programming where very popular. The camp participants have developed unusual art objects that were changing form following a mouse, and then a hand movements. 

Teachers are sure that using advanced technologies from Russia will insure future cooperation between Russian and British scientific research projects. 

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