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Sr. Online LEGO Robot Camp 7/6-7/10, Ages 10-16, 1pm to 5 pm EDT
July 6 @ 1:00 pm - July 10 @ 5:00 pm EDT$315
LEGO Robot STEM Camp Live Interactive Programming and Building Robots to Solve Problems Around the House and Beyond Personalized instruction blended with social time and self-paced building/programming time means your student will be happy and engaged throughout the day. Instructor to student ratio is 1 to 6 with one on one attention when needed. Fun video demonstrations (accessed on-demand via an online portal) empower kids to learn real building and programming techniques on their schedule. Access to the Robot Guy (two-time FIRST LEGO League world champion) and Virtual Robot Geniuses for troubleshooting help enables kids to succeed with their creations. Kids learn to become self-motivated inventors, designers, developers, and engineers. There is truly no better way to prepare them for a love of Science, Technology, Engineering and Math.
1. Computer with reliable internet access (iPads and phones can show our screen but student can’t program on it)
2. LEGO MINDSTORMS EV3 set (the older NXT set is also acceptable and can be used with EV3 programming language).
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Expect to pay $350 for a new set. Consider this an investment in your child’s future! With LEGO robotics, kids can learn a hobby that will prepare them for real-world technological problem solving and potentially even a career in STEM.
3. (optional) A smartphone or tablet with a camera they can use to show their robot to peers and instructors during Interactive meetings.
Daily Schedule (4 hours per day for 5 days):
Introduction (30 minutes) Attendance taken and LEGO building challenge
Head Instructor celebrates students’ accomplishments and creations from previous day’s robot challenges.
The Robot Guy (Bill Nye the Science Guy of LEGO Robotics) video explain new challenge for the day with fun presentations.
Breakout Session (30 minutes) Instructor provides tailored instruction group (up to 6 students same age) for today’s project
Breakout Session (1 hour) Students build and program the LEGO Robotics Challenge and receive troubleshooting help from instructor. Group collaborates challenges with problem-solving
Hands-On Challenge (2 hours) Students complete programming and building of robot to solve problems around the house with the robot. Students video the robot or take pictures to show the class. Students earn points towards prizes and medals as they build and program robots to accomplish problem-solving missions around the house such as feed the pet or pick up LEGOs. An instructor is available for troubleshooting