WHO WE ARE

Morgan

After a career spanning 14 years within the Engineering and Accounting sectors, Morgan has found his passion in STEM education. He brings across his systems automation experience and co-relates that with his workshops for students.  Morgan is also a qualified Accountant, CPA and graduated with a Master in Business, Bachelor of Science (Finance) and Diploma in Electrical Engineering. He believes in lifelong learning and this passion has sparked an interest in engaging and sharing his STEM experience with kids. Morgan is a natural with children. His patience, persistence and enthusiasm to facilitate children’s development and engagement in 21st century education is exemplary. For children of this generation, Morgan believes that Robotics and Coding will eventually be an essential skill-set that a child would require. This is especially important in a world where technology continues to evolve and create new industries and opportunities.

 


Testimonials

 


Preparing our future teachers in Dig Tech-Robotics Immersion Workshop
“Thanks so much Michele – the students had a great time.  I asked them if they thought it would be a good inclusion in next year’s iteration of this subject and they all agreed it would be – and a few commented that they wish it could have been longer.  “Trudy Stoddard Tabor University

“My son has joined the robokids program this term, he has really enjoyed the course, he says our next car needs to be self driving with sensors.”  Parent 

“Thank you for your enthusiasm and the work you did with the classes. All the teachers I spoke to commented on how well you work with the young children” Torrens Valley Christian School

“Thank you for working so hard with the kids and keep us connected with their learning.  My son absolutely loved it.”  Parent

“It was great to see the kids all engaged, every lesson. Well done Morgan.” Parent

“Thank you for today’s session. The students really enjoyed and got a lot out of the session….”  Kings Baptist Grammar School

“Thank you so much for an outstanding event last Saturday. The students really enjoyed the robotics workshop. I learnt so many new things about programming robots too. I will highly recommend Robokids…” Bright Sparks Science Club.


Upcoming Programs

July School Holiday details coming soon 🙂
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Contact Morgan on morgan@robokids.com.au

News

Camp Australia Holiday Programs

Robokids SA Team were engaged by Camp Australia OSHC  at the following schools to deliver robotics workshops during the July holidays. The children had a wonderful time and we look forward to offering more workshops in future school holidays!
  • Immanuel Lutheran School Gawler
  • Bethany Christian School
  • St Mark’s Lutheran School
  • Calvary Lutheran Primary School
  • Tatachilla Lutheran College
  • Le Fevre Peninsula Primary School
  • Good Shepherd Lutheran School Para Vista

 

Partnership with  Children’s University Australia

Robokids has proudly partnered with Children’s University Australia who are part of Children’s UniversityWorldwide, based and supported by the University of Adelaide. Our Robokids SA director Morgan and his team will head the project.  More information coming.

 

 

 


SA EdTech Success

Thank you to TIna Photakis and her team for  a brilliant conference at Immanual College.  What an amazing group of educators who are facilitating change in their ed space.  We look forward to working alongside of you and in particular visiting  with our regional communities.  For more information please contact us directly at morgan@robokids.com.au.

  

 


Gallery

What fun we had at our July School Holidays Program!

Robokids SA : Robotics Workshop 16th and 17th July

Robokids SA : This workshop was conducted on 16th and 17th of July. Let's listen to what the chlldren (Year 1 and 2) had to say. Yes, it was conducted in Adelaide, South Australia.(Disclaimer: The views and comments were from the children's perspective and we can't take credit for their honesty). ;-p

Posted by Robokids Australia on Wednesday, 1 August 2018

 

Breaking language barriers to conduct robotics workshop for students from China! It was a very interesting experience. They were very persevering students. What an exciting day!

 

 

Bright Sparks Science Club and RoboKids S.A.

Robotics Workshop

Robokids Australia mindstorm robotics workshop

Posted by Bright Sparks Science Club on Friday, 21 September 2018

 

                 

       


 

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