Robotics, Micro:Bit and the state-of-the-art of Technology in Education SERAS’s second mini conference will take place on February 25th 2021. It will be an online discussion about current best practice in utilising robots and other 4IR technologies in education and skills provision. And, as with all of our mini-conference events, it is completely free. This … More Second Mini-Conference Announced
Many thanks to all of those that joined us for our first webinar last week. The talks and discussion were fascinating, and bodes well for our first Summer Conference in York in July. Special thanks to Tony Prescott, Patricia Charlton, and Dave Gibbs for their thought-provoking talks. You can catch the webinar in all its … More First webinar now online
SERAS are pleased to announce our first conference event! In the run-up to their summer conference in July 2021, SERAI – Skill and Education in Robotics, Autonomous systems and IoT – are running a series of shorter talks and discussions related to the education and technology. These are exciting times in educational technology. Please join … More SERAS mini-conference announcement
We are excited to announce the dates for the SERAI summer conference at the STEM conference centre in York. The Conference will be held over three days, from the 14th to the 16th of July, with plenary and keynote speakers, panel discussions, workshops and exhibitions to bring teachers, academics and industry together to explore how … More SERAI Summer Conference 2021
SERAS team member Richard Waterstone was a speaker at UNIMAKER 2020 this September. UNIMAKER is an academic makerspace conference, hosted by the University of Sheffield for those working or studying in and around Higher Education who love making, creating, designing, inventing, building and exploring using a range of different tools and materials. Starting in 2019, … More SERAS at UNIMAKER 2020
It’s been a terrific fortnight, leaning about Arduinos and micro:bits and how to get inspiration and plan your ideas, and now the time has come to submit your ideas on how to use the Internet of Things to solve the challenges faced by our evironment. Submit your entry, simply email your design, drawing, code, plans … More Submit your EMC challenge
Many thanks again to everyone who attended Oli Howson’s fascinating second Arduino Adventure today, the sixth session in our SERAS Environment Making Challenge. It was our final technical session, which makes us all a bit sad, but at least we’ve got everybody’s wonderful Challenge ideas to look forward to. As ever, don’t worry if you … More Environment Maker Challenge: Oli Howson’s second arduino adventure
Thanks so much everyone for tuning in today to David Pride’s brilliant Miocro:bit masterclass – and for completing the first week of our Environment Making Challenge! I know that we at SERAS learned a huge amount in the session today – and I expect that everybody else did too. David really helped reminding us that … More Environment Maker Challenge: Day 5 with David Pride
It was brilliant Arduino masterclass today from Oli Howson, the fourth session in our SERAS Environment Making Challenge. Many thanks again for everyone who joined in and for all your great comments in the chat. We all learned loads about how to use Arduinos and really enjoyed tinkering with them on an emulator. Thanks as … More Environment Maker Challenge: Day 4 with Oli Howson
Many thanks to everyone who made it for Kisha Bradley’s wonderful introduction to creative thinking and problem solving, the third session in our SERAS Environment Making Challenge. I hope it helped you all come up with good ideas for the Challenge! Don’t worry if you missed Kisha’s webinar – it’s now available on our YouTube … More Environment Maker Challenge: Day 3 with Kisha Bradley
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