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Summer Camp - Half Day Afternoon - Week 5

American Robotics Academy - Conroe, The Woodlands and Spring - Center for Teaching and Learning

Tuesday, July 5, 2016 - Friday, July 8, 2016
Center for Teaching and Learning 26131 Kuykendahl Road The WoodlandsTX  77375
Tuesday, July 5, 2016 - Friday, July 8, 2016
Center for Teaching and Learning 26131 Kuykendahl Road The WoodlandsTX  77375

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What's Included

A shortened week due to holiday, 4 days only, therefore cost less... Afternoon: Innovated Edge Discover how it feels to "Push the Envelope” on innovation! Older students will be challenged with projects geared around creativity, design, and engineering activities. Each activity based challenge will test your wireless robot’s endurance, strength, speed and maneuverability. We are really going to “Toy with Technology” to create innovative robots! This class will introduce you to Lego mechanics that you never realized were possible. Let’s build some robots that are really cutting edge! Note: Even though between some weekly sessions there might appear the same program names, in our actual education program, we will have different depth of technology and engineering principles to be applied by our children under our inspirational guidance... Your kids will never feel bored and never repeat the same experiment or exploration...

About This Organizer

Our mission at American Robotics Academy® is to excite, inspire, and motivate young people about the fun, importance and impact of robotics technology in today's world. We hope to stimulate their imagination and creativity by encouraging them to explore, experience, and express themselves through our hands-on interactive robotics program. Held in a friendly, sports-like atmosphere, we focus on team-building, problem solving, creativity and fun. Students will be working with the widely known and popular plastic LEGO building blocks, including the more specialized pieces such as axles, gears, beams, wheels, motors, microcomputers, pneumatics and other parts that will enable them to safely create animated and exciting mechanical movements and other effects. The LEGO Technic System has been adopted as the standard material for robotic designers, because of their sophisticated and powerful set of mechanical design components. The fact that they can be disassembled and reconfigured as necessary is essential in testing, design, and instruction.

Our classes teach students to understand "how things work" through hands-on activities that demonstrate the principles of simple and motorized machines. They gain experience with design and problem solving through the use of gears, motors, wheels and axles, pulleys, and remote control devices. Working in age appropriate teams of three, students learn a variety of ways to design a robot to do the things they want it to do. They decide and build, as a team, the best design of their robot for the competition to be held at the end of each class session.

All American Robotics Academy camps are designed around a curriculum that enables students to take a full day/week program or choose to enroll in just morning or afternoon classes.

At American Robotics Academy® , we can provide the guidance and confidence to build simple working robots, as well as the inspiration for more complex robotic inventions.

 

 

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