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Robotics Summer Camp

RoboEDU aims to inspire and encourage learning in the STEM fields by bringing together like-minded students, teachers, and mentors who are passionate about technology. We guide our students to be free-thinking designers and builders with strong skills in coding, communication, and teamwork.

Our instructors are young professionals with STEM background, mostly graduated from Top Universities with Master/Ph.D. degree. Instructors for the pre-school group are professional Early Childhood Educator. All of our robotics instructors have certified by CMU robotics academy.

Robo Garden Camp:

Age: 4 – 6

 

Children’s early experiences set the foundation of development that help to shape children’s brains and their capacities to learn, socialize, and to respond to daily stresses & challenges. At this stage, Kids learn essential life skills through creative play, exploration and hands-on experiences.

In Robogarden, our students will engage in LEGO Robotics explorations that support their skill developments in many different ways. Structure building, sequencing, problem solving, and making predictions are just the beginning of our journey.

Robotics Camp:

Age 7 – 13

 

students will use classic LEGO bricks, gears, axels, motors and laptops to explore further in LEGO Robotics. Each student will be assigned with one project per class and build independently. Students will also learn how to use associated coding programs to control their project on a digital application called Wedo. students gain an understanding of how mechanism works with current technology when applying their knowledge in real time to build and test their projects

Coding Camp:

Age: 7 – 13

 

Scratch basics: movement, sound & visual effects, pen feature, coordinate systems, sensing, and using the Stratch App to create stories with different costumes and scene designs.

Scratch building blocks: introduction to lists, basic games (eg. pong & brick breaker), moving backgrounds, smooth animations, random coordinates, timers, and complex maze games.

Scratch game designer: students will create and customize their own interpretation classic games: Space Invaders, Flappy Bird, TRON, Earth Defense & etc.

Scratch advanced: real programming concepts (eg. Booleans, strings & integers), function definition and concept real life applications. Scratch Level 5 test requires students to create a game of 21 and play it against the computer.

Scratch expert: in-depth application of the past Scratch programming knowledge (unlike previous levels, this level has no code displayed nor explanation just the final project view). Students are challenged to use their creativity, past knowledge & skills learned to produce the project.

Call Us 905-856-7529 or email us info@joyousplanet.com for more details