Through the use of the Cubico Maker, an unplugged programming tool, in the workshop with the W F Joseph Lee Primary School sponsored by the Henderson Charitable Foundation, students learned about abstraction and magnetism. Do you remember what Clavin mentioned about the characteristics of magnets? Developed in Korea, the Cubico Maker allows children to learn programming through games, gradually strengthening their programming knowledge. Through hands-on learning, children can gain a deeper understanding of learning themes such as creative ability, computational thinking, logical thinking, and scientific concepts.
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W F Joseph Lee Primary School Cubico Maker Workshop