The SUPERA Park Technology Center, through a partnership with Lego Education (leader in Educational Robotics in the domestic market), set up a laboratory to hold robotics workshops for Elementary and Middle School students.
The purpose of these workshops is to enable students to be in contact with robotics and programming techniques—in a playful environment—to awaken entrepreneurship, creativity and interest for technology. The project seeks to demystify robotics as a difficult area, cooperating with expanding student’s capability to make and think, in addition to assist in the discovery of multiple perspectives and visions of reality.
Servicing almost 1,300 students from over 30 educational institutions since its inauguration. The workshops are held twice a week, with morning and afternoon classes, with a maximum capacity of 20 students per class. During classes, students also visit the electronic, mechanic, ultrasonic technologies, electromagnetic compatibility, ionizing radiation and chemistry labs. In these environments, they also learn about professions and careers in these areas.
The workshops encourage students to become interested in vocational courses, where there is a lack of qualified professionals in the market.
Individual or school group visits may be scheduled by phone (+5516) 3315-0303 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org