@ Ohio State Campus
Robo i/o is a two day workshop for junior high schoolers hosted by OHI/O, Ohio State's hackathon program. OHI/O aims to foster a tech culture at Ohio State and its surrounding communities.
We aim to provide junior high school students an opportunity to learn about computer science in a fun, engaging, and inclusive environment. Students will work in teams to build projects with TI-Nspire calculators and innvator hubs. Students will also gain the opportunity to develop new friendships, build connections with professional mentors, and learn soft skills that will help them succeed in the real world.
Robo I/O is free to participate in thanks to the OHI/O Program and our Program Sponsor, Microsoft.
e sure to dress comfortably. You wont need any supplies, just a positive attitude and problem solving skills.
Enarson Classroom Building
2009 Millikin Rd
Columbus, OH 43210
We will be providing lunch and snacks for all participants. We've got participant's food restrictions covered too.
Parents are more than welcome to visit at any time during this event. We encourage parents to attend the open house Sunday at 3:00 PM to check out all of the amazing work that the students have created.
We’ll pair you with new friends and start with an opportunity to get to know eachother better.
You can register for the event at the following link by clicking here
Yes, as the first day will have the bulk of the instruction and the second day will have time for the students to complete their project.
|9:00 AM||Doors Open: Student Check In & Icebreakers|
|9:30 AM||Introduction of Project|
|10:30 AM||Technology Walkthrough|
|12:30 PM||Project Work Time|
|3:00 PM||Pick Up|