Robo I/O is a free, two-day workshop for junior high schoolers hosted by OHI/O, Ohio State's hackathon program, that teaches them microcontroller programming, robot design and teamwork. Each day there will be coding lessons, project work time, lunch, snacks, and games for the students.
The event aims 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.
Learn more and register at http://hack.osu.edu/robo/