Ozobot is a tiny, but practical robot, which makes it a great first robot. Ozobot is very easy to start with, and what's even better - it doesn't take any room at all!
If you know nothing about building a robot, if you have never programmed in your life, and maybe even fear electronic toys a little bit, then this course is just for you.
The course is divided into 5 main sections - we start by helping Ozobot out of its box and taking a look at the different gadgets included.
Next, we will learn to control Ozobot with markers, after which we will head on to play with apps and conclude with the basics of programming Ozobot.
We will also take a look at what fun games to make for Ozobot by ourselves and what has the manufacturer come up with. The more you learn about Ozobot, the more you will start to like it!
The best way to get familiar with the robot is to try everything out yourself. As well as that, you will also need an internet connection to download the Ozobot apps for programming the robot.
Some videos include links, where you can learn more on your own. In every video you'll also find a slide with the header "challenge". This means you'll have to complete the task on the screen by yourself.
In this video, we will find out, why Ozobots have helmets.
In this video we will explore, what things can be found in the Ozobot activity pack.
In this video we will find out, which games, challenges and robot control codes await us in the pack of playfields.
In this video, we're going to learn, how and why to calibrate Ozobot.
In this video we will learn how to control Ozobot using tracks drawn with coloured markers.
In this video we are going to find out how we can control Ozobot using control codes drawn with markers.
In this video we will find out, how to play with Ozobot using the reusable control code stickers and which fun games await you.
This time we are going to learn the games you can play with the dice you can put together found in the Ozobot package.
In this video, we will take a look at the applications we can use with Ozobot to play with it digitally.
In this video you're gonna learn how to use the basic features of OzoDraw.
This time we are going to find out how to use the main functions of the OzoGroove app.
In this video we will find out how to access the Ozobot programming environment OzoBlockly.
In this video, you will find out what are the different programming levels in OzoBlockly environment.
This time we are going to learn to make the easiest programs for Ozobot with OzoBlockly.
In this video, we will find out how to upload the program to Ozobot and activate it.
In this video, we are going to make a more advanced, level 2 program.
In this video, we will learn how to use the Ozobot construction set.
In this video, we will learn, where to find more games and challenges for Ozobot.
Hi, I'm Janika. I have a masters degree in economics from the Technical University of Tallinn, Estonia and I just started my doctoral studies at the Tallinn University, investigating how learning with robots will help children get better results in math and in other STEAM fields.
I started working for myself at age 18 by creating an accounting software company. After selling the successful business, I moved to the online educating world and built up the biggest Estonian language Youtube Channel LASTEKAS (1 M views per month) for toddlers by offering them more than 1000 cartoons in their native language.
Three years ago I decided that it's time to start educating adults and parents about educational robotics. During these years I have trained more than 2000 kindergarten and elementary teachers via physical workshops conducted with different robotics platforms.
This year I felt that now it is the right time to start sharing my knowledge internationally. There will be series of courses at Udemy about educational robotics to help adults better understand skills like robotics and programming, both needed in the nearest future at almost every workplace.
Beside this, I conduct workshops around the Europe, explaining with the help of educational robotics kits, what to expect from robots and what does "interaction with the robot" mean.
I really hope that with these courses I can bring you more confidence and joy that are needed when starting thinking about how the collaboration with the robots will look like.
See you in the course!