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online Rubik's cube workshop number 2

Our second online workshop will take place on July 4th from 9-10:30 AM EST. Sign up using this link: Signup Genius Link, the zoom link will be attached to the sign up sheet in the link to use it just copy and paste the link into your web browser. We will have to limit the amount of participants to 9 due to the small amount of teachers. Remember the workshop is for ages 7+ , adults are allowed! We have found that for using zoom and another website at the same time it is best to use a dual monitor(using 2 screens at once), and you need a computer or a tablet(for productivity). Thank you for giving us this opportunity to host this online workshop. We look forward to seeing you there!

Online Rubik's cube workshop pt. one info

The workshop will be on June 6th (this Saturday) from 2-3:30 on zoom. Sign up using this link: https://www.signupgenius.com/go/904054EA5A72CA6F49-planet, the zoom link will be attached to the sign up sheet in the link. Since this is our first time conducting an online workshop we sadly have to limit the amount of participants to 8. Remember the workshop is for ages 7+ , adults are allowed! We have found that for using zoom and another website at the same time it is best to use a dual moniter, but do whatever works for you. Thank you for giving us this opportunity to host this online workshop. We look forward to seeing you!

-Planet Robotics Stay safe! 😁

Online Rubik's cube Workshop

Planet Robotics is hosting an online Rubik's cube workshop, for ages 7 and up. Adults also welcome! If younger children(ages 9 and below) would like to participate, we ask that a parent be near to help the children with reading instructions. The details will be posted shortly.

 Here are some images from our previous workshops:




At this online workshop, we will be using the Zoom software to conduct the meeting. 

         First, the team will show a step in the solve, such as the "daisy", (from the youcandothecube website - linked below), and the students will be able to complete that step for practice. Then, we will move to the next steps after about 10 minutes, after most students have completed the step successfully. 

         We recommend using an online cube, and not a real cube for this workshop, as we will not be able to help the students directly. If the student gets stuck during the solve, we will request remote access to their screen that they will approve (of cour…