Photo: Next Step Hungary Association

Next Step Robotics Course Featured in UNHCR Video

As an integral part of Next Step’s inclusion and empowerment goals, our programs help parents support their children’s learning and development. Our Kids’ Coding and Robotics programs use innovative, well-researched and tested methods for teaching computational skills to children.

At Next Step, we offer several digital programs, ranging from Scratch to our most recent addition, advanced Arduino, to children of ages 6 to 15. From January through August 2023, we have taught eight courses and held three summer camps, reaching a total of 134 kids.

A robotics technology that we use (Revolution Robotics) was the main theme of one of the courses that concluded recently. The class was attended by children who came from different backgrounds including Ukraine.

The UNHCR featured our course in a video and article on its website: Refugees build skills and confidence with classes in robotics in Hungary, by Helen Womack and Erno Simon, and accompanying video: