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(05/05-08/18,Burlington) R600 Advanced Robotics for Grades 7-12

R600 Advanced Robotics

 

Dates: 05/05/2024 - 08/18/2024
Time: Sunday, 11:30 AM - 1:30 PM
Location: Burlington
Grades: 7-12

 

Prerequisite:
R500 Robotics Basics

 

Course Description: 

Students in grades 7-12. This 16-lesson program, offers an in-depth exploration of robotics using the VEX V5 system, renowned for its educational and practical applications in STEM fields.

Throughout the course, students will engage in hands-on activities encompassing robot design, building principles, drivetrain construction, coding, and much more. They will not only gain practical skills in robotics but also develop their problem-solving abilities, creativity, and understanding of key STEM concepts.

Each 2-hour session is crafted to provide a balanced mix of theoretical knowledge and practical application, ensuring a comprehensive learning experience. Students will work on various projects, including building different types of robots and programming them for specific tasks.

We are excited to see our students bring their ideas to life and develop skills that are increasingly important in our technology-driven world. Please feel free to reach out if you have any questions or need further information about the course.

(5/3 - 6/21, Needham) - R102 - Robotics for Little - Dash on the Missions

RS102 - Robot for Littles - Dash on Missions - GK - G1


May 3 - June 21 2024
Time: 4:45 PM - 6:15 PM

 

Students will begin exploring aspects of programming and robotics through Dash, a prebuilt robot. The classes will feature storytelling, games, and events that have been tailored towards social interactions with undertones of engineering, physics, and a hint of analytical thinking. Students will start to program, or instruct, the robots to perform in the games. The games, events, and projects in this semester’s curriculum will introduce students to physical concepts like velocity, momentum, torque, and force. The storytelling or acting activities will help aid in the enhancement of speech and vocabulary, facilitate social maturation, and promote cognitive development.

(6/24 - 6/28, Burlington) - RS401 Robotics Essentials for Grades 4-6

RS401 Robotics Essentials


Dates: 06/24/2024 - 06/28/2024

Time: Monday to Friday, 9 AM - 4 PM

Location: Burlington

Grades: 4-6

 

Prerequisite:

none

 

Course Description:

Embark on an extraordinary journey into the heart of robotics with our Robotics Introduction course, meticulously designed for the bright young minds of grades 4 through 6. Our engaging program is your gateway to the captivating world of machines and their mechanisms.

(6/24 - 6/28, Burlington) - RS701 Robotics Essentials

RS701 Robotics Essentials


Dates: 06/24/2024 - 06/28/2024

Time: Monday to Friday, 9 AM - 4 PM

Location: Burlington

Grades: 7-10

 

Prerequisite:

none

 

Course Description:

Step into the innovative world of robotics with our Robot 701 course, crafted for the emerging engineers of grades 7 to 10. This course is a deep dive into the mechanics and intelligence behind modern robotics, offering a comprehensive learning experience that balances technical skills with real-world applications.

(6/24 - 6/28, Needham) - RS401 Robotics Essentials for Grades 4-6

RS401 Robotics Essentials


Dates: 06/24/2024 - 06/28/2024

Time: Monday to Friday, 9 AM - 4 PM

Location: Needham

Grades: 4-6

 

Prerequisite:

none

 

Course Description:

Embark on an extraordinary journey into the heart of robotics with our Robotics Introduction course, meticulously designed for the bright young minds of grades 4 through 6. Our engaging program is your gateway to the captivating world of machines and their mechanisms.

(6/24 - 6/28, Needham) - RS701 Robotics Essentials

RS701 Robotics Essentials

 

Dates: 06/24/2024 - 06/28/2024

Time: Monday to Friday, 9 AM - 4 PM

Location: Needham

Grades: 7-10

 

Prerequisite:

none

 

Course Description:

Step into the innovative world of robotics with our Robot 701 course, crafted for the emerging engineers of grades 7 to 10. This course is a deep dive into the mechanics and intelligence behind modern robotics, offering a comprehensive learning experience that balances technical skills with real-world applications.

(6/24-6/28) - RS101 Robo Wizards

RS101 Robo Wizards

 

Dates: 06/24/2024 - 06/28/2024

Time: Monday to Friday, 9 AM - 4 PM

Location: Burlington/Needham

Grades: 1-3

 

Prerequisite:

none

 

Course Description:

Welcome to our RS101 Robo Wizards for Grade 1-3, where young minds from Kindergarten to Grade 3 embark on a thrilling journey through the world of science and technology. Each day, students dive into hands-on activities and interactive learning experiences designed to foster a deep understanding of scientific concepts and cultivate problem-solving skills.

(7/1 - 7/12, Burlington) - R403 Robotics Basics + RS404 Robotics Intermediate

R403 Robotics Basics + RS404 Robotics Intermediate

 

Dates: 07/01/2024 - 07/12/2024

Time: Monday to Friday, 9 AM - 4 PM

Location: Burlington

Grades: 4-6

 

Prerequisite:

Finish RS401 Intro to Robotics 

or

1 year Robotics Competition Experience

 

Course Description:

This 10-day Robotics Basics + Robotics Intermediate course is perfect for kids aged 9 to 11 who are interested in learning about robotics. In the first part of the program, kids will learn the basics of robotics, including hands-on robot design and build. They will also be introduced to coding, giving them the foundation they need to program their own robots. In the second part, kids will advance their skills to an intermediate level, learning more complex coding and robot design techniques. By the end of the program, kids will have the knowledge and experience to create their own robots from scratch. This course offers a fun and educational way for kids to spend their summer, and is sure to inspire a passion for robotics.

 

IN CLASSROOM SUMMER PROGRAM


Max 12 students per class.


Design, build, program, and have fun challenges.


Bring your own computer and your own lunch.

 

RECOMMENDED AGE
9 - 11 years old or grade 4 - 6

(7/1 - 7/12, Burlington) - RS801 - VEX V5 Competition Preparation

RS801 - VEX V5 Competition Preparation

 

Dates: 07/01/2024 - 07/12/2024

Time: Monday to Friday, 9 AM - 4 PM

Location: Burlington

Grades: 7-10

 

Prerequisite:

RS704 - Robotics Advanced

 

Course Description:

The VEX V5 Competition Preparation course is designed to equip students with the essential skills needed to excel in VEX Robotics Competitions. Through hands-on activities, students will delve into various aspects of competitive robotics, including game analysis, brainstorming, robot design, building, and teamwork. This course serves as a comprehensive foundation for students aiming to participate in VEX Robotics events. Key Topics Covered Game Analysis: Understand the rules, objectives, and challenges of the specific VEX Robotics game for the season. Analyze game elements, scoring opportunities, and strategic considerations. Identify winning strategies and potential pitfalls. Brainstorming: Foster creativity by brainstorming innovative robot designs and mechanisms. Collaborate with peers to generate ideas and explore different approaches. Evaluate feasibility, efficiency, and effectiveness of proposed solutions. Robot Design & Build: Learn principles of mechanical design, structural integrity, and weight distribution. Construct and iterate on robot prototypes using the VEX V5 system. Incorporate sensors, motors, and other components to optimize performance. Teamwork: Develop effective communication skills within a team environment. Practice collaboration, delegation, and task management. Understand the importance of teamwork in achieving success during competitions. Prerequisite Successful completion of RS704 Robotics Advanced is a prerequisite for enrolling in this course. Students should have a solid understanding of robotics concepts, programming, and hands-on experience with VEX V5 hardware. This course aims to prepare students not only for the technical aspects of VEX Robotics but also for the cooperative dynamics required in competitive team settings. If you have any further questions or need additional information, feel free to ask! 🤖🚀

(7/1 - 7/12, Needham) - R501 - VEX IQ Competition Preparation

R501 - VEX IQ Competition Preparation

 

Dates: 07/01/2024 - 07/12/2024

Time: Monday to Friday, 9 AM - 4 PM

Location: Needham

Grades: 4-6

 

Prerequisite:

RS404 - Robotics Intermediate

 

Course Description:

The VEX V5 Competition Preparation course is designed to equip students with the essential skills needed to excel in VEX Robotics Competitions. Through hands-on activities, students will delve into various aspects of competitive robotics, including game analysis, brainstorming, robot design, building, and teamwork. This course serves as a comprehensive foundation for students aiming to participate in VEX Robotics events. Key Topics Covered Game Analysis: Understand the rules, objectives, and challenges of the specific VEX Robotics game for the season. Analyze game elements, scoring opportunities, and strategic considerations. Identify winning strategies and potential pitfalls. Brainstorming: Foster creativity by brainstorming innovative robot designs and mechanisms. Collaborate with peers to generate ideas and explore different approaches. Evaluate feasibility, efficiency, and effectiveness of proposed solutions. Robot Design & Build: Learn principles of mechanical design, structural integrity, and weight distribution. Construct and iterate on robot prototypes using the VEX V5 system. Incorporate sensors, motors, and other components to optimize performance. Teamwork: Develop effective communication skills within a team environment. Practice collaboration, delegation, and task management. Understand the importance of teamwork in achieving success during competitions. Prerequisite Successful completion of RS704 Robotics Advanced is a prerequisite for enrolling in this course. Students should have a solid understanding of robotics concepts, programming, and hands-on experience with VEX V5 hardware. This course aims to prepare students not only for the technical aspects of VEX Robotics but also for the cooperative dynamics required in competitive team settings. If you have any further questions or need additional information, feel free to ask! 🤖🚀

(7/1 - 7/12, Needham) - RS401 Intro to Robotics + RS402 Fascinating Machines

RS401 Intro to Robotics + RS402 Fascinating Machines

 

Dates: 07/01/2024 - 07/12/2024

Time: Monday to Friday, 9 AM - 4 PM

Location: Needham

Grades: 4-6

 

Prerequisite:

none

 

Course Description:

Introduce your child to the fascinating world of robotics with our 10-day course RS401 Intro to Robotics + RS402 Fascinating Machines. In this interactive program, kids will learn the basics of robotics and machine building through hands-on building activities and introduction to coding. The course will allow children to explore and experiment with various simple machines and learn how they operate. Through our engaging and innovative curriculum, kids will develop a deeper understanding of the principles behind robotics and gain practical skills in building and coding. Sign up now and give your child the opportunity to unleash their creativity and curiosity in the exciting field of robotics.

(7/1 - 7/12, Needham) - RS502 - Robotics for Girls + Google Robotics Workshop

Date:

July 1 - July 12

Monday - Friday 9 AM - 4 PM

 

Prerequisites:

None

 

Course Overview:

In this hands-on course, girls will dive into all aspects of engineering, programming, and design. Whether you’re a beginner or have some experience, this course is designed to empower you to create, innovate, and build robots. Here’s what you’ll learn: Introduction to Robotics: Understand the fundamentals of robotics, including components, sensors, and actuators. Explore different types of robots and their applications. Building and Prototyping: Work in teams to design and construct robot chassis. Use accessible materials to build prototypes and test your ideas.

 

Programming and Control:

Learn basic programming concepts using languages like VEXcode. Program your robots to perform specific tasks and respond to various inputs.

 

Problem Solving and Iteration: Tackle real-world challenges by applying critical thinking and iterative design. Refine your robot designs based on feedback and testing. Inspiration and Role

 

Models: Hear from industry experts and female role models in STEM. Discover the impact of robotics in fields like healthcare, environmental conservation, and space exploration.

 

Showcase and Celebration: Present your robot projects to fellow participants and celebrate your achievements. Build a supportive community of girls passionate about robotics.

(7/1 - 7/12, Needham) - RS703 Robotics Foundation + RS704 Robotics Advanced

RS703 Robotics Foundation + RS704 Robotics Advanced

 

Dates: 07/01/2024 - 07/12/2024

Time: Monday to Friday, 9 AM - 4 PM

Location: Needham

Grades: 7-10

 

Prerequisite:

RS701 Robotics Essentials OR 1 Year Robotics Competition Experience

 

Course Description:

Welcome to an immersive hands-on course where students in grades 7 to 12 become the engineers of their own robots using the VEX Robotics platform. Our course takes you through the intricacies of robot construction, from assembling a sturdy drivebase to the finesse of a functional clawbot. We’ll delve into gears and their applications, and command robots with the sleek VEXcode V5. Challenges will test your problem-solving skills, and programming sessions will introduce you to the logic that brings robots to life. The course culminates in a presentation where students showcase their robotic masterpieces. Join us to build not just robots, but also the skills for future innovation.

(7/1 - 7/6, Burlington) - CS401 - Python ONE - Coding Journey Starts

CS401 - Python ONE - Coding Journey Starts

 

Dates: 07/01/2024 - 07/06/2024

Time: Monday to Friday, 4:30 PM - 6:30 PM

Location: Burlington

Grades: 4-6

 

Prerequisite:

none

 

Course Description:

Python ONE is an introductory course designed for beginners who want to embark on their coding journey using the Python programming language. Whether you’re a student, professional, or hobbyist, this course will equip you with the foundational skills needed to write Python code, solve problems, and build simple applications. Learning Objectives: Understand the basics of Python syntax, data types, and control structures. Learn how to write and execute Python scripts. Explore fundamental programming concepts such as variables, loops, and functions. Gain confidence in reading and debugging Python code. Apply Python to real-world scenarios and mini-projects.

(7/1 - 7/6, Needham) - IS701 - Space Explorer - G7-G12

IS701 - Space Explorer

 

Dates: 07/01/2024 - 07/06/2024

Time: Monday to Friday, 4:30 PM - 6:30 PM

Location: Needham

Grades: 7-10/9+

 

Prerequisite:

none

 

Course Description:

In this captivating course, we’ll delve into the mysteries of the cosmos, from the tiniest subatomic particles to the grandeur of distant galaxies. Buckle up as we embark on a celestial journey through the following key areas: Basic Space Science Knowledge: Unravel the secrets of the universe: black holes, quasars, dark matter, and more. Understand the fundamental forces that govern the cosmos: gravity, electromagnetism, and the strong and weak nuclear forces. Physics of the Cosmos: Explore the laws of motion, relativity, and quantum mechanics as they apply to the vastness of space. Calculate escape velocities, orbital mechanics, and the mind-bending concept of time dilation near massive objects. Cutting-Edge Technology: Get up close and personal with space telescopes, rovers, and ion propulsion systems. Learn about the latest advancements in rocketry, satellite communication, and interplanetary travel. Space Science Vocabulary: Master the lexicon of the stars: nebulae, pulsars, exoplanets, and cosmic microwave background radiation. Impress your fellow astronauts with terms like “heliosphere,” “perihelion,” and “Oort cloud.” Basic Space Facts and Cosmic Curiosities: Discover mind-boggling facts: Did you know that a teaspoonful of a neutron star weighs as much as a mountain? Unearth cosmic oddities: rogue planets, gamma-ray bursts, and the Great Attractor. Fun Things About Space: Blast off with trivia: Why do astronauts float in space? What’s the deal with Saturn’s rings? Marvel at the beauty of auroras, meteor showers, and the dance of binary stars.

(7/1-7/12 No Class 7/4) - 101 Robo Wizards + 102 Robo Heroes

RS101 Robo Wizards + RS102 Robo Heroes

 

Dates: 07/01/2024 - 07/12/2024

Time: Monday to Friday, 9 AM - 4 PM

Location: Burlington/Needham

Grades: 1-3

 

Prerequisite:

none

 

Course Description:

Join us for a remarkable two-week journey at our 101 Robo Wizards + 102 Robo Heroes, designed for curious young learners from Kindergarten to Grade 3. Our students will delve into the realms of renewable energy, engage in constructing towering skyscrapers, and learn how to program robots to respond to real-world challenges. They'll experience the thrill of building structures engineered to withstand seismic events, explore the principles of force and motion through interactive VEX GO vehicles, and blend art with science as they create geometric masterpieces. This hands-on, minds-on adventure is the perfect playground for budding scientists and engineers to ignite their creativity and spark a lifelong passion for learning.

(7/1-7/12, Burlington) - RS701 Robotics Essentials + RS702 Complicated Machines

RS701 Robotics Essentials + RS702 Complicated Machine

 

Dates: 07/01/2024 - 07/12/2024

Time: Monday to Friday, 9 AM - 4 PM

Location: Burlington

Grades: 7-10

 

Prerequisite:

none

 

Course Description:

Step into the innovative world of robotics with our RS701 Robotics Essentials + RS702 Complicated Machines course, crafted for the emerging engineers of grades 7 to 10. This course is a deep dive into the mechanics and intelligence behind modern robotics, offering a comprehensive learning experience that balances technical skills with real-world applications.

(7/15 - 7/19, Burlington) - IS701 - Space Explorer - G7-G12

IS701 - Space Explorer

 

Dates: 07/15/2024 - 07/19/2024

Time: Monday to Friday, 4:30 PM - 6:30 PM

Location: Burlington

Grades: 7-10/9+

 

Prerequisite:

none

 

Course Description:

In this captivating course, we’ll delve into the mysteries of the cosmos, from the tiniest subatomic particles to the grandeur of distant galaxies. Buckle up as we embark on a celestial journey through the following key areas: Basic Space Science Knowledge: Unravel the secrets of the universe: black holes, quasars, dark matter, and more. Understand the fundamental forces that govern the cosmos: gravity, electromagnetism, and the strong and weak nuclear forces. Physics of the Cosmos: Explore the laws of motion, relativity, and quantum mechanics as they apply to the vastness of space. Calculate escape velocities, orbital mechanics, and the mind-bending concept of time dilation near massive objects. Cutting-Edge Technology: Get up close and personal with space telescopes, rovers, and ion propulsion systems. Learn about the latest advancements in rocketry, satellite communication, and interplanetary travel. Space Science Vocabulary: Master the lexicon of the stars: nebulae, pulsars, exoplanets, and cosmic microwave background radiation. Impress your fellow astronauts with terms like “heliosphere,” “perihelion,” and “Oort cloud.” Basic Space Facts and Cosmic Curiosities: Discover mind-boggling facts: Did you know that a teaspoonful of a neutron star weighs as much as a mountain? Unearth cosmic oddities: rogue planets, gamma-ray bursts, and the Great Attractor. Fun Things About Space: Blast off with trivia: Why do astronauts float in space? What’s the deal with Saturn’s rings? Marvel at the beauty of auroras, meteor showers, and the dance of binary stars.

(7/15 - 7/19, Burlington) - RS402 Fascinating Robotics for Grades 4-6

RS402 Fascinating Robotics

 

Dates: 07/15/2024 - 07/19/2024

Time: Monday to Friday, 9 AM - 4 PM

Location: Burlington

Grades: 4-6

 

Prerequisite:

none

 

Course Description:

Embark on an extraordinary journey into the heart of robotics with our Robotics Introduction course, meticulously designed for the bright young minds of grades 4 through 6. Our engaging program is your gateway to the captivating world of machines and their mechanisms.

(7/15 - 7/19, Burlington) - RS702 Complicated Machines

RS702 Complicated Machine

 

Dates: 07/15/2024 - 07/19/2024

Time: Monday to Friday, 9 AM - 4 PM

Location: Burlington

Grades: 7-10

 

Prerequisite:

none

 

Course Description:

Step into the innovative world of robotics with our Robot 702 course, crafted for the emerging engineers of grades 7 to 10. This course is a deep dive into the mechanics and intelligence behind modern robotics, offering a comprehensive learning experience that balances technical skills with real-world applications.

(7/15 - 7/19, Needham) - CS401 - Python ONE - Coding Journey Starts

CS401 - Python ONE - Coding Journey Starts

 

Dates: 07/15/2024 - 07/19/2024

Time: Monday to Friday, 4:30 PM - 6:30 PM

Location: Needham

Grades: 4-6

 

Prerequisite:

none

 

Course Description:

Python ONE is an introductory course designed for beginners who want to embark on their coding journey using the Python programming language. Whether you’re a student, professional, or hobbyist, this course will equip you with the foundational skills needed to write Python code, solve problems, and build simple applications. Learning Objectives: Understand the basics of Python syntax, data types, and control structures. Learn how to write and execute Python scripts. Explore fundamental programming concepts such as variables, loops, and functions. Gain confidence in reading and debugging Python code. Apply Python to real-world scenarios and mini-projects.

(7/15 - 7/19, Needham) - RS401 Robotics Essentials for Grades 4-6

RS401 Robotics Essentials

 

Dates: 07/15/2024 - 07/19/2024

Time: Monday to Friday, 9 AM - 4 PM

Location: Needham

Grades: 4-6

 

Prerequisite:

none

 

Course Description:

Embark on an extraordinary journey into the heart of robotics with our Robotics Introduction course, meticulously designed for the bright young minds of grades 4 through 6. Our engaging program is your gateway to the captivating world of machines and their mechanisms.

(7/15 - 7/19, Needham) - RS701 Robotics Essentials

RS701 Robotics Essentials

 

Dates: 07/15/2024 - 07/19/2024

Time: Monday to Friday, 9 AM - 4 PM

Location: Needham

Grades: 7-10

 

Prerequisite:

none

 

Course Description:

Step into the innovative world of robotics with our Robot 701 course, crafted for the emerging engineers of grades 7 to 10. This course is a deep dive into the mechanics and intelligence behind modern robotics, offering a comprehensive learning experience that balances technical skills with real-world applications.

(7/15-7/19) - RS102 Robo Heroes

RS102 Robo Heroes

 

Dates: 07/15/2024 - 07/19/2024

Time: Monday to Friday, 9 AM - 4 PM

Location: Burlington/Needham

Grades: 1-3

 

Prerequisite:

none

 

Course Description:

Welcome to our RS102 Robo Heroes for Grade 1-3, where young minds from Kindergarten to Grade 3 embark on a thrilling journey through the world of science and technology. Each day, students dive into hands-on activities and interactive learning experiences designed to foster a deep understanding of scientific concepts and cultivate problem-solving skills.

(7/22 - 7/26, Burlington) - IS702 - Space Missions - G7-G12

IS702 - Space Missions

 

Dates: 07/22/2024 - 07/26/2024

Time: Monday to Friday, 4:30 PM - 6:30 PM

Location: Burlington

Grades: 7-10/9+

 

Prerequisite:

IS701

 

Course Description:

In this captivating course, we’ll unravel the cosmic tapestry woven by NASA’s intrepid spacecraft. From the launch pads of Cape Canaveral to the distant reaches of our solar system, we’ll explore the following stellar domains: Mission Chronicles: Trace the footsteps of pioneers: Mercury, Gemini, Apollo, and beyond. Relive the heart-pounding moments of moon landings, spacewalks, and lunar rovers. Interplanetary Odyssey: Embark on a celestial road trip: Mars, Venus, Jupiter, and Saturn. Witness the fiery descent of the Huygens probe into Titan’s thick atmosphere. Cosmic Quests: Seek out the secrets of the Red Planet: Mars Science Laboratory, Perseverance, and Ingenuity. Decode the mysteries of Europa’s subsurface ocean and Enceladus’s icy geysers. Beyond Our Backyard: Peer into the abyss: New Horizons at Pluto, Juno at Jupiter, and Dawn at Ceres. Marvel at the Kuiper Belt, Oort Cloud, and the enigmatic Voyager probes sailing toward the stars. Astrophysics Adventures: Unveil the universe’s hidden gems: Chandra X-ray Observatory, Spitzer Space Telescope, and Kepler. Grasp the concept of exoplanets, gravitational waves, and cosmic microwave background radiation. Mission Control Insights: Dive into the command centers: Houston, Pasadena, and Cape Canaveral. Understand launch windows, orbital mechanics, and the delicate ballet of spacecraft maneuvers.

(7/22 - 7/26, Needham) - CS402 - Python TWO - Coding Exploration

CS402 - Python TWO - Coding Exploration

 

Dates: 07/22/2024 - 07/26/2024

Time: Monday to Friday, 4:30 PM - 6:30 PM

Location: Needham

Grades: 4-6

 

Prerequisite:

CS401

 

Course Description:

Python TWO is an intermediate-level course designed for students who have completed Python ONE or have prior experience with Python programming. In this course, we delve deeper into Python concepts, explore advanced topics, and work on more complex projects. Whether you’re interested in web development, data analysis, or automation, Python TWO will expand your coding horizons. 🚀🌟 Learning Objectives: Build upon the foundational knowledge gained in Python ONE. Explore advanced data structures (lists, tuples, sets, dictionaries). Dive into object-oriented programming (classes, inheritance, encapsulation). Learn about file handling, regular expressions, and error handling. Develop problem-solving skills through challenging coding exercises.

(7/22 - 8/2, Burlington) - R501 - VEX IQ Competition Preparation

R501 - VEX IQ Competition Preparation

 

Dates: 07/22/2024 - 08/02/2024

Time: Monday to Friday, 9 AM - 4 PM

Location: Burlington

Grades: 4-6

 

Prerequisite:

RS404 - Robotics Intermediate

 

Course Description:

The VEX V5 Competition Preparation course is designed to equip students with the essential skills needed to excel in VEX Robotics Competitions. Through hands-on activities, students will delve into various aspects of competitive robotics, including game analysis, brainstorming, robot design, building, and teamwork. This course serves as a comprehensive foundation for students aiming to participate in VEX Robotics events. Key Topics Covered Game Analysis: Understand the rules, objectives, and challenges of the specific VEX Robotics game for the season. Analyze game elements, scoring opportunities, and strategic considerations. Identify winning strategies and potential pitfalls. Brainstorming: Foster creativity by brainstorming innovative robot designs and mechanisms. Collaborate with peers to generate ideas and explore different approaches. Evaluate feasibility, efficiency, and effectiveness of proposed solutions. Robot Design & Build: Learn principles of mechanical design, structural integrity, and weight distribution. Construct and iterate on robot prototypes using the VEX V5 system. Incorporate sensors, motors, and other components to optimize performance. Teamwork: Develop effective communication skills within a team environment. Practice collaboration, delegation, and task management. Understand the importance of teamwork in achieving success during competitions. Prerequisite Successful completion of RS704 Robotics Advanced is a prerequisite for enrolling in this course. Students should have a solid understanding of robotics concepts, programming, and hands-on experience with VEX V5 hardware. This course aims to prepare students not only for the technical aspects of VEX Robotics but also for the cooperative dynamics required in competitive team settings. If you have any further questions or need additional information, feel free to ask! 🤖🚀

(7/22 - 8/2, Burlington) - RS401 Intro to Robotics + RS402 Fascinating Machines

RS401 Intro to Robotics + RS402 Fascinating Machines

 

Dates: 07/22/2024 - 08/02/2024

Time: Monday to Friday, 9 AM - 4 PM

Location: Burlington

Grades: 4-6

 

Prerequisite:

none

 

Course Description:

Introduce your child to the fascinating world of robotics with our 10-day course (7/22 - 8/2, Burlington) - RS401 Intro to Robotics + RS402 Fascinating Machines. In this interactive program, kids will learn the basics of robotics and machine building through hands-on building activities and introduction to coding. The course will allow children to explore and experiment with various simple machines and learn how they operate. Through our engaging and innovative curriculum, kids will develop a deeper understanding of the principles behind robotics and gain practical skills in building and coding. Sign up now and give your child the opportunity to unleash their creativity and curiosity in the exciting field of robotics.

(7/22 - 8/2, Needham) - R403 Robotics Basics + RS404 Robotics Intermediate

R403 Robotics Basics + RS404 Robotics Intermediate

 

Dates: 07/22/2024 - 08/02/2024

Time: Monday to Friday, 9 AM - 4 PM

Location: Needham

Grades: 4-6

 

Prerequisite:

Finish RS401 Intro to Robotics 

or

1 year Robotics Competition Experience

 

Course Description:

This 10-day Robotics Basics + Robotics Intermediate course is perfect for kids aged 9 to 11 who are interested in learning about robotics. In the first part of the program, kids will learn the basics of robotics, including hands-on robot design and build. They will also be introduced to coding, giving them the foundation they need to program their own robots. In the second part, kids will advance their skills to an intermediate level, learning more complex coding and robot design techniques. By the end of the program, kids will have the knowledge and experience to create their own robots from scratch. This course offers a fun and educational way for kids to spend their summer, and is sure to inspire a passion for robotics.

 

IN CLASSROOM SUMMER PROGRAM


Max 12 students per class.


Design, build, program, and have fun challenges.


Bring your own computer and your own lunch.

 

RECOMMENDED AGE
9 - 11 years old or grade 4 - 6

Prerequisite
Finish RS401 Intro to Robotics or1 year Robotics Competition Experience

(7/22 - 8/2, Needham) - RS703 Robotics Foundation + RS704 Robotics Advanced

RS703 Robotics Foundation + RS704 Robotics

 

Dates: 07/22/2024 - 08/02/2024

Time: Monday to Friday, 9 AM - 4 PM

Location: Needham

Grades: 7-10

 

Prerequisite:

RS701 Robotics Essentials OR 1 Year Robotics Competition Experience

 

Course Description:

Welcome to an immersive hands-on course where students in grades 7 to 10 become the engineers of their own robots using the VEX Robotics platform. Our course takes you through the intricacies of robot construction, from assembling a sturdy drivebase to the finesse of a functional clawbot. We’ll delve into gears and their applications, and command robots with the sleek VEXcode V5. Challenges will test your problem-solving skills, and programming sessions will introduce you to the logic that brings robots to life. The course culminates in a presentation where students showcase their robotic masterpieces. Join us to build not just robots, but also the skills for future innovation.

(7/22 - 8/2, Needham) - RS801 - VEX V5 Competition Preparation

RS801 - VEX V5 Competition Preparation

 

Dates: 07/22/2024 - 08/02/2024

Time: Monday to Friday, 9 AM - 4 PM

Location: Needham

Grades: 7-10

 

Prerequisite:

RS704 - Robotics Advanced

 

Course Description:

The VEX V5 Competition Preparation course is designed to equip students with the essential skills needed to excel in VEX Robotics Competitions. Through hands-on activities, students will delve into various aspects of competitive robotics, including game analysis, brainstorming, robot design, building, and teamwork. This course serves as a comprehensive foundation for students aiming to participate in VEX Robotics events. Key Topics Covered Game Analysis: Understand the rules, objectives, and challenges of the specific VEX Robotics game for the season. Analyze game elements, scoring opportunities, and strategic considerations. Identify winning strategies and potential pitfalls. Brainstorming: Foster creativity by brainstorming innovative robot designs and mechanisms. Collaborate with peers to generate ideas and explore different approaches. Evaluate feasibility, efficiency, and effectiveness of proposed solutions. Robot Design & Build: Learn principles of mechanical design, structural integrity, and weight distribution. Construct and iterate on robot prototypes using the VEX V5 system. Incorporate sensors, motors, and other components to optimize performance. Teamwork: Develop effective communication skills within a team environment. Practice collaboration, delegation, and task management. Understand the importance of teamwork in achieving success during competitions. Prerequisite Successful completion of RS704 Robotics Advanced is a prerequisite for enrolling in this course. Students should have a solid understanding of robotics concepts, programming, and hands-on experience with VEX V5 hardware. This course aims to prepare students not only for the technical aspects of VEX Robotics but also for the cooperative dynamics required in competitive team settings. If you have any further questions or need additional information, feel free to ask! 🤖🚀

(7/22-8/2) - RS101 Robo Wizards + RS102 Robo Heroes

RS101 Robo Wizards + RS102 Robo Heroes

 

Dates: 07/22/2024 - 08/02/2024

Time: Monday to Friday, 9 AM - 4 PM

Location: Burlington/Needham

Grades: 1-3

 

Prerequisite:

non'e

 

Course Description:

Join us for a remarkable two-week journey at our RS101 Robo Wizards + RS102 Robo Heroes, designed for curious young learners from Kindergarten to Grade 3. Our students will delve into the realms of renewable energy, engage in constructing towering skyscrapers, and learn how to program robots to respond to real-world challenges. They'll experience the thrill of building structures engineered to withstand seismic events, explore the principles of force and motion through interactive VEX GO vehicles, and blend art with science as they create geometric masterpieces. This hands-on, minds-on adventure is the perfect playground for budding scientists and engineers to ignite their creativity and spark a lifelong passion for learning.

(7/22-8/2, Burlington) - RS701 Robotics Essentials + RS702 Complicated Machines

RS701 Robotics Essentials + RS702 Complicated Machines

 

Dates: 07/22/2024 - 08/02/2024

Time: Monday to Friday, 9 AM - 4 PM

Location: Burlington

Grades: 7-10

 

Prerequisite:

none

 

Course Description:

Step into the innovative world of robotics with our RS701 Robotics Essentials + RS702 Complicated Machines course, crafted for the emerging engineers of grades 7 to 10. This course is a deep dive into the mechanics and intelligence behind modern robotics, offering a comprehensive learning experience that balances technical skills with real-world applications.

(7/29 - 8/2, Burlington) - CS401 - Python ONE - Coding Journey Starts

CS401 - Python ONE - Coding Journey Starts

 

Dates: 07/29/2024 - 08/02/2024

Time: Monday to Friday, 4:30 PM - 6:30 PM

Location: Burlington

Grades: 4-6

 

Prerequisite:

none

 

Course Description:

Python ONE is an introductory course designed for beginners who want to embark on their coding journey using the Python programming language. Whether you’re a student, professional, or hobbyist, this course will equip you with the foundational skills needed to write Python code, solve problems, and build simple applications. Learning Objectives: Understand the basics of Python syntax, data types, and control structures. Learn how to write and execute Python scripts. Explore fundamental programming concepts such as variables, loops, and functions. Gain confidence in reading and debugging Python code. Apply Python to real-world scenarios and mini-projects.

(7/29 - 8/2, Needham) - IS701 - Space Explorer - G7-G12

IS701 - Space Explorer

 

Dates: 07/29/2024 - 08/02/2024

Time: Monday to Friday, 4:30 PM - 6:30 PM

Location: Needham

Grades: 7-10/9+

 

Prerequisite:

none

 

Course Description:

In this captivating course, we’ll delve into the mysteries of the cosmos, from the tiniest subatomic particles to the grandeur of distant galaxies. Buckle up as we embark on a celestial journey through the following key areas: Basic Space Science Knowledge: Unravel the secrets of the universe: black holes, quasars, dark matter, and more. Understand the fundamental forces that govern the cosmos: gravity, electromagnetism, and the strong and weak nuclear forces. Physics of the Cosmos: Explore the laws of motion, relativity, and quantum mechanics as they apply to the vastness of space. Calculate escape velocities, orbital mechanics, and the mind-bending concept of time dilation near massive objects. Cutting-Edge Technology: Get up close and personal with space telescopes, rovers, and ion propulsion systems. Learn about the latest advancements in rocketry, satellite communication, and interplanetary travel. Space Science Vocabulary: Master the lexicon of the stars: nebulae, pulsars, exoplanets, and cosmic microwave background radiation. Impress your fellow astronauts with terms like “heliosphere,” “perihelion,” and “Oort cloud.” Basic Space Facts and Cosmic Curiosities: Discover mind-boggling facts: Did you know that a teaspoonful of a neutron star weighs as much as a mountain? Unearth cosmic oddities: rogue planets, gamma-ray bursts, and the Great Attractor. Fun Things About Space: Blast off with trivia: Why do astronauts float in space? What’s the deal with Saturn’s rings? Marvel at the beauty of auroras, meteor showers, and the dance of binary stars.

(7/8 - 7/12, Burlington) - CS402 - Python TWO - Coding Exploration

CS402 - Python TWO - Coding Exploration

 

Dates: 07/08/2024 - 07/12/2024

Time: Monday to Friday, 4:30 PM - 6:30 PM

Location: Burlington

Grades: 4-6

 

Prerequisite:

CS401

 

Course Description:

Python TWO is an intermediate-level course designed for students who have completed Python ONE or have prior experience with Python programming. In this course, we delve deeper into Python concepts, explore advanced topics, and work on more complex projects. Whether you’re interested in web development, data analysis, or automation, Python TWO will expand your coding horizons. 🚀🌟 Learning Objectives: Build upon the foundational knowledge gained in Python ONE. Explore advanced data structures (lists, tuples, sets, dictionaries). Dive into object-oriented programming (classes, inheritance, encapsulation). Learn about file handling, regular expressions, and error handling. Develop problem-solving skills through challenging coding exercises.

(7/8 - 7/12, Needham) - IS702 - Space Missions - G7-G12

IS702 - Space Missions

 

Dates: 07/08/2024 - 07/12/2024

Time: Monday to Friday, 4:30 PM - 6:30 PM

Location: Needham

Grades: 7-10/9+

 

Prerequisite:

IS701

 

Course Description:

In this captivating course, we’ll unravel the cosmic tapestry woven by NASA’s intrepid spacecraft. From the launch pads of Cape Canaveral to the distant reaches of our solar system, we’ll explore the following stellar domains: Mission Chronicles: Trace the footsteps of pioneers: Mercury, Gemini, Apollo, and beyond. Relive the heart-pounding moments of moon landings, spacewalks, and lunar rovers. Interplanetary Odyssey: Embark on a celestial road trip: Mars, Venus, Jupiter, and Saturn. Witness the fiery descent of the Huygens probe into Titan’s thick atmosphere. Cosmic Quests: Seek out the secrets of the Red Planet: Mars Science Laboratory, Perseverance, and Ingenuity. Decode the mysteries of Europa’s subsurface ocean and Enceladus’s icy geysers. Beyond Our Backyard: Peer into the abyss: New Horizons at Pluto, Juno at Jupiter, and Dawn at Ceres. Marvel at the Kuiper Belt, Oort Cloud, and the enigmatic Voyager probes sailing toward the stars. Astrophysics Adventures: Unveil the universe’s hidden gems: Chandra X-ray Observatory, Spitzer Space Telescope, and Kepler. Grasp the concept of exoplanets, gravitational waves, and cosmic microwave background radiation. Mission Control Insights: Dive into the command centers: Houston, Pasadena, and Cape Canaveral. Understand launch windows, orbital mechanics, and the delicate ballet of spacecraft maneuvers.

(8/12 - 8/16, Burlington) - IS701 - Space Explorer - G7-G12

IS701 - Space Explorer

 

Dates: 08/12/2024 - 08/16/2024

Time: Monday to Friday, 4:30 PM - 6:30 PM

Location: Burlington

Grades: 7-10/9+

 

Prerequisite:

none

 

Course Description:

In this captivating course, we’ll delve into the mysteries of the cosmos, from the tiniest subatomic particles to the grandeur of distant galaxies. Buckle up as we embark on a celestial journey through the following key areas: Basic Space Science Knowledge: Unravel the secrets of the universe: black holes, quasars, dark matter, and more. Understand the fundamental forces that govern the cosmos: gravity, electromagnetism, and the strong and weak nuclear forces. Physics of the Cosmos: Explore the laws of motion, relativity, and quantum mechanics as they apply to the vastness of space. Calculate escape velocities, orbital mechanics, and the mind-bending concept of time dilation near massive objects. Cutting-Edge Technology: Get up close and personal with space telescopes, rovers, and ion propulsion systems. Learn about the latest advancements in rocketry, satellite communication, and interplanetary travel. Space Science Vocabulary: Master the lexicon of the stars: nebulae, pulsars, exoplanets, and cosmic microwave background radiation. Impress your fellow astronauts with terms like “heliosphere,” “perihelion,” and “Oort cloud.” Basic Space Facts and Cosmic Curiosities: Discover mind-boggling facts: Did you know that a teaspoonful of a neutron star weighs as much as a mountain? Unearth cosmic oddities: rogue planets, gamma-ray bursts, and the Great Attractor. Fun Things About Space: Blast off with trivia: Why do astronauts float in space? What’s the deal with Saturn’s rings? Marvel at the beauty of auroras, meteor showers, and the dance of binary stars.

(8/12 - 8/16, Needham) - CS401 - Python ONE - Coding Journey Starts

CS401 - Python ONE - Coding Journey Starts

 

Dates: 08/12/2024 - 08/16/2024

Time: Monday to Friday, 4:30 PM - 6:30 PM

Location: Needham

Grades: 7-10/9+

 

Prerequisite:

none

 

Course Description:

Python ONE is an introductory course designed for beginners who want to embark on their coding journey using the Python programming language. Whether you’re a student, professional, or hobbyist, this course will equip you with the foundational skills needed to write Python code, solve problems, and build simple applications. Learning Objectives: Understand the basics of Python syntax, data types, and control structures. Learn how to write and execute Python scripts. Explore fundamental programming concepts such as variables, loops, and functions. Gain confidence in reading and debugging Python code. Apply Python to real-world scenarios and mini-projects.

(8/19 - 8/23, Burlington) - IS702 - Space Missions - G7-G12

IS702 - Space Missions

 

Dates: 08/19/2024 - 08/23/2024

Time: Monday to Friday, 4:30 PM - 6:30 PM

Location: Burlington

Grades: 7-10/9+

 

Prerequisite:

IS701

 

Course Description:

In this captivating course, we’ll unravel the cosmic tapestry woven by NASA’s intrepid spacecraft. From the launch pads of Cape Canaveral to the distant reaches of our solar system, we’ll explore the following stellar domains: Mission Chronicles: Trace the footsteps of pioneers: Mercury, Gemini, Apollo, and beyond. Relive the heart-pounding moments of moon landings, spacewalks, and lunar rovers. Interplanetary Odyssey: Embark on a celestial road trip: Mars, Venus, Jupiter, and Saturn. Witness the fiery descent of the Huygens probe into Titan’s thick atmosphere. Cosmic Quests: Seek out the secrets of the Red Planet: Mars Science Laboratory, Perseverance, and Ingenuity. Decode the mysteries of Europa’s subsurface ocean and Enceladus’s icy geysers. Beyond Our Backyard: Peer into the abyss: New Horizons at Pluto, Juno at Jupiter, and Dawn at Ceres. Marvel at the Kuiper Belt, Oort Cloud, and the enigmatic Voyager probes sailing toward the stars. Astrophysics Adventures: Unveil the universe’s hidden gems: Chandra X-ray Observatory, Spitzer Space Telescope, and Kepler. Grasp the concept of exoplanets, gravitational waves, and cosmic microwave background radiation. Mission Control Insights: Dive into the command centers: Houston, Pasadena, and Cape Canaveral. Understand launch windows, orbital mechanics, and the delicate ballet of spacecraft maneuvers.

(8/19 - 8/23, Burlington) - RS403 Robotics Basics

RS403 Robotics Basics

 

Dates: 08/19/2024 - 08/23/2024

Time: Monday to Friday, 9 AM - 4 PM

Location: Burlington

Grades: 4-6

 

Prerequisite:

Finish RS401 Intro to Robotics 

or

1 year Robotics Competition Experience

 

Course Description:

This 5-day Robotics Basics course is perfect for kids aged 9 to 11 who are interested in learning about robotics. In the first part of the program, kids will learn the basics of robotics, including hands-on robot design and build. They will also be introduced to coding, giving them the foundation they need to program their own robots. In the second part, kids will advance their skills to an intermediate level, learning more complex coding and robot design techniques. By the end of the program, kids will have the knowledge and experience to create their own robots from scratch. This course offers a fun and educational way for kids to spend their summer, and is sure to inspire a passion for robotics.

 

IN CLASSROOM SUMMER PROGRAM


Max 12 students per class.


Design, build, program, and have fun challenges.


Bring your own computer and your own lunch.

 

RECOMMENDED AGE
9 - 11 years old or grade 4 - 6 (Zero experience needed)

(8/19 - 8/23, Burlington) - RS703 Robotics Foundation

RS703 Robotics Foundation

 

Dates: 08/19/2024 - 08/23/2024

Time: Monday to Friday, 9 AM-4 PM

Location: Burlington

Grades: 7-10/9+

 

Prerequisite:

RS701 Robotics Essentials OR 1 Year Robotics Competition Experience

 

Course Description:

Welcome to an immersive hands-on course where students in grades 7 to 10 become the engineers of their own robots using the VEX Robotics platform. Our course takes you through the intricacies of robot construction, from assembling a sturdy drivebase to the finesse of a functional clawbot. We’ll delve into gears and their applications, and command robots with the sleek VEXcode V5. Challenges will test your problem-solving skills, and programming sessions will introduce you to the logic that brings robots to life. The course culminates in a presentation where students showcase their robotic masterpieces. Join us to build not just robots, but also the skills for future innovation.

(8/19 - 8/23, Needham) - CS402 - Python TWO - Coding Exploration

CS402 - Python TWO - Coding Exploration

 

Dates: 08/19/2024 - 08/23/2024

Time: Monday to Friday, 4:30 PM - 6:30 PM

Location: Needham

Grades: 4-6

 

Prerequisite:

CS401

 

Course Description:

Python TWO is an intermediate-level course designed for students who have completed Python ONE or have prior experience with Python programming. In this course, we delve deeper into Python concepts, explore advanced topics, and work on more complex projects. Whether you’re interested in web development, data analysis, or automation, Python TWO will expand your coding horizons. 🚀🌟 Learning Objectives: Build upon the foundational knowledge gained in Python ONE. Explore advanced data structures (lists, tuples, sets, dictionaries). Dive into object-oriented programming (classes, inheritance, encapsulation). Learn about file handling, regular expressions, and error handling. Develop problem-solving skills through challenging coding exercises.

(8/19 - 8/23, Needham) - RS403 Robotics Basics

RS403 Robotics Basics

 

Dates: 08/19/2024 - 08/23/2024

Time: Monday to Friday, 9 AM - 4 PM

Location: Needham

Grades: 4-6

 

Prerequisite:

Finish RS401 Intro to Robotics 

or

1 year Robotics Competition Experience

 

Course Description:

This 5-day Robotics Basics course is perfect for kids aged 9 to 11 who are interested in learning about robotics. In the first part of the program, kids will learn the basics of robotics, including hands-on robot design and build. They will also be introduced to coding, giving them the foundation they need to program their own robots. In the second part, kids will advance their skills to an intermediate level, learning more complex coding and robot design techniques. By the end of the program, kids will have the knowledge and experience to create their own robots from scratch. This course offers a fun and educational way for kids to spend their summer, and is sure to inspire a passion for robotics.

 

IN CLASSROOM SUMMER PROGRAM


Max 12 students per class.


Design, build, program, and have fun challenges.


Bring your own computer and your own lunch.

 

RECOMMENDED AGE
9 - 11 years old or grade 4 - 6 (Zero experience needed)

(8/19 - 8/23, Needham) - RS703 Robotics Foundation

RS703 Robotics Foundation

 

Dates: 08/19/2024 - 08/23/2024

Time: Monday to Friday, 9 AM-4 PM

Location: Needham

Grades: 7-10/9+

 

Prerequisite:

RS701 Robotics Essentials OR 1 Year Robotics Competition Experience

 

Course Description:

Welcome to an immersive hands-on course where students in grades 7 to 10 become the engineers of their own robots using the VEX Robotics platform. Our course takes you through the intricacies of robot construction, from assembling a sturdy drivebase to the finesse of a functional clawbot. We’ll delve into gears and their applications, and command robots with the sleek VEXcode V5. Challenges will test your problem-solving skills, and programming sessions will introduce you to the logic that brings robots to life. The course culminates in a presentation where students showcase their robotic masterpieces. Join us to build not just robots, but also the skills for future innovation.

(8/19-8/23) - RS101 Robo Wizards

RS101 Robo Wizards

 

Dates: 08/19/2024 - 08/23/2024

Time: Monday to Friday, 9 AM - 4 PM

Location: Burlington/Needham

Grades: 1-3

 

Prerequisite:

none

 

Course Description:

Welcome to our RS101 Robo Wizards for Grade 1-3, where young minds from Kindergarten to Grade 3 embark on a thrilling journey through the world of science and technology. Each day, students dive into hands-on activities and interactive learning experiences designed to foster a deep understanding of scientific concepts and cultivate problem-solving skills.

(8/5 - 8/16, Burlington) - RS403 Robotics Basics + RS404 Robotics Intermediate

RS403 Robotics Basics + RS404 Robotics Intermediate

 

Dates: 08/05/2024 - 08/16/2024

Time: Monday to Friday, 9 AM - 4 PM

Location: Burlington

Grades: 4-6

 

Prerequisite:

Finish RS401 Intro to Robotics 

or

1 year Robotics Competition Experience

 

Course Description:

This 10-day Robotics Basics + Robotics Intermediate course is perfect for kids aged 9 to 11 who are interested in learning about robotics. In the first part of the program, kids will learn the basics of robotics, including hands-on robot design and build. They will also be introduced to coding, giving them the foundation they need to program their own robots. In the second part, kids will advance their skills to an intermediate level, learning more complex coding and robot design techniques. By the end of the program, kids will have the knowledge and experience to create their own robots from scratch. This course offers a fun and educational way for kids to spend their summer, and is sure to inspire a passion for robotics.

 

IN CLASSROOM SUMMER PROGRAM


Max 12 students per class.


Design, build, program, and have fun challenges.


Bring your own computer and your own lunch.

 

RECOMMENDED AGE
9 - 11 years old or grade 4 - 6 (Zero experience needed)

(8/5 - 8/16, Burlington) - RS703 Robotics Foundation + RS704 Robotics Advanced

RS703 Robotics Foundation + RS704 Robotics

 

Dates: 08/05/2024 - 08/16/2024

Time: Monday to Friday, 9 AM - 4 PM

Location: Burlington

Grades: 7-10

 

Prerequisite:

RS701 Robotics Essentials OR 1 Year Robotics Competition Experience

 

Course Description:

Welcome to an immersive hands-on course where students in grades 7 to 10 become the engineers of their own robots using the VEX Robotics platform. Our course takes you through the intricacies of robot construction, from assembling a sturdy drivebase to the finesse of a functional clawbot. We’ll delve into gears and their applications, and command robots with the sleek VEXcode V5. Challenges will test your problem-solving skills, and programming sessions will introduce you to the logic that brings robots to life. The course culminates in a presentation where students showcase their robotic masterpieces. Join us to build not just robots, but also the skills for future innovation.

(8/5 - 8/16, Burlington) - RS801 - VEX V5 Competition Preparation

RS801 - VEX V5 Competition Preparation

 

Dates: 08/05/2024 - 08/16/2024

Time: Monday to Friday, 9 AM - 4 PM

Location: Burlington

Grades: 7-10

 

Prerequisite:

RS704 - Robotics Advanced

 

Course Description:

The VEX V5 Competition Preparation course is designed to equip students with the essential skills needed to excel in VEX Robotics Competitions. Through hands-on activities, students will delve into various aspects of competitive robotics, including game analysis, brainstorming, robot design, building, and teamwork. This course serves as a comprehensive foundation for students aiming to participate in VEX Robotics events. Key Topics Covered Game Analysis: Understand the rules, objectives, and challenges of the specific VEX Robotics game for the season. Analyze game elements, scoring opportunities, and strategic considerations. Identify winning strategies and potential pitfalls. Brainstorming: Foster creativity by brainstorming innovative robot designs and mechanisms. Collaborate with peers to generate ideas and explore different approaches. Evaluate feasibility, efficiency, and effectiveness of proposed solutions. Robot Design & Build: Learn principles of mechanical design, structural integrity, and weight distribution. Construct and iterate on robot prototypes using the VEX V5 system. Incorporate sensors, motors, and other components to optimize performance. Teamwork: Develop effective communication skills within a team environment. Practice collaboration, delegation, and task management. Understand the importance of teamwork in achieving success during competitions. Prerequisite Successful completion of RS704 Robotics Advanced is a prerequisite for enrolling in this course. Students should have a solid understanding of robotics concepts, programming, and hands-on experience with VEX V5 hardware. This course aims to prepare students not only for the technical aspects of VEX Robotics but also for the cooperative dynamics required in competitive team settings. If you have any further questions or need additional information, feel free to ask! 🤖🚀

(8/5 - 8/16, Needham) - R403 Robotics Basics + RS404 Robotics Intermediate

R403 Robotics Basics + RS404 Robotics Intermediate

 

Dates: 08/05/2024 - 08/16/2024

Time: Monday to Friday, 9 AM - 4 PM

Location: Needham

Grades: 4-6

 

Prerequisite:

Finish RS401 Intro to Robotics 

or

1 year Robotics Competition Experience

 

Course Description:

This 10-day Robotics Basics + Robotics Intermediate course is perfect for kids aged 9 to 11 who are interested in learning about robotics. In the first part of the program, kids will learn the basics of robotics, including hands-on robot design and build. They will also be introduced to coding, giving them the foundation they need to program their own robots. In the second part, kids will advance their skills to an intermediate level, learning more complex coding and robot design techniques. By the end of the program, kids will have the knowledge and experience to create their own robots from scratch. This course offers a fun and educational way for kids to spend their summer, and is sure to inspire a passion for robotics.

 

IN CLASSROOM SUMMER PROGRAM


Max 12 students per class.


Design, build, program, and have fun challenges.


Bring your own computer and your own lunch.

 

RECOMMENDED AGE
9 - 11 years old or grade 4 - 6

(8/5 - 8/16, Needham) - R501 - VEX IQ Competition Preparation

R501 - VEX IQ Competition Preparation

 

Dates: 08/05/2024 - 08/16/2024

Time: Monday to Friday, 9 AM - 4 PM

Location: Needham

Grades: 4-6

 

Prerequisite:

RS404 - Robotics Intermediate

 

Course Description:

The VEX V5 Competition Preparation course is designed to equip students with the essential skills needed to excel in VEX Robotics Competitions. Through hands-on activities, students will delve into various aspects of competitive robotics, including game analysis, brainstorming, robot design, building, and teamwork. This course serves as a comprehensive foundation for students aiming to participate in VEX Robotics events. Key Topics Covered Game Analysis: Understand the rules, objectives, and challenges of the specific VEX Robotics game for the season. Analyze game elements, scoring opportunities, and strategic considerations. Identify winning strategies and potential pitfalls. Brainstorming: Foster creativity by brainstorming innovative robot designs and mechanisms. Collaborate with peers to generate ideas and explore different approaches. Evaluate feasibility, efficiency, and effectiveness of proposed solutions. Robot Design & Build: Learn principles of mechanical design, structural integrity, and weight distribution. Construct and iterate on robot prototypes using the VEX V5 system. Incorporate sensors, motors, and other components to optimize performance. Teamwork: Develop effective communication skills within a team environment. Practice collaboration, delegation, and task management. Understand the importance of teamwork in achieving success during competitions. Prerequisite Successful completion of RS704 Robotics Advanced is a prerequisite for enrolling in this course. Students should have a solid understanding of robotics concepts, programming, and hands-on experience with VEX V5 hardware. This course aims to prepare students not only for the technical aspects of VEX Robotics but also for the cooperative dynamics required in competitive team settings. If you have any further questions or need additional information, feel free to ask! 🤖🚀

(8/5 - 8/16, Needham) - RS703 Robotics Foundation + RS704 Robotics Ad

RS703 Robotics Foundation + RS704 Robotics

 

Dates: 08/05/2024 - 08/16/2024

Time: Monday to Friday, 9 AM - 4 PM

Location: Needham

Grades: 7-10

 

Prerequisite:

RS701 Robotics Essentials OR 1 Year Robotics Competition Experience

 

Course Description:

Welcome to an immersive hands-on course where students in grades 7 to 10 become the engineers of their own robots using the VEX Robotics platform. Our course takes you through the intricacies of robot construction, from assembling a sturdy drivebase to the finesse of a functional clawbot. We’ll delve into gears and their applications, and command robots with the sleek VEXcode V5. Challenges will test your problem-solving skills, and programming sessions will introduce you to the logic that brings robots to life. The course culminates in a presentation where students showcase their robotic masterpieces. Join us to build not just robots, but also the skills for future innovation.

(8/5 - 8/9, Burlington) - CS402 - Python TWO - Coding Exploration

CS402 - Python TWO - Coding Exploration

 

Dates: 08/05/2024 - 08/09/2024

Time: Monday to Friday, 4:30 PM - 6:30 PM

Location: Burlington

Grades: 4-6

 

Prerequisite:

CS401

 

Course Description:

Python TWO is an intermediate-level course designed for students who have completed Python ONE or have prior experience with Python programming. In this course, we delve deeper into Python concepts, explore advanced topics, and work on more complex projects. Whether you’re interested in web development, data analysis, or automation, Python TWO will expand your coding horizons. 🚀🌟 Learning Objectives: Build upon the foundational knowledge gained in Python ONE. Explore advanced data structures (lists, tuples, sets, dictionaries). Dive into object-oriented programming (classes, inheritance, encapsulation). Learn about file handling, regular expressions, and error handling. Develop problem-solving skills through challenging coding exercises.

(8/5 - 8/9, Needham) - IS702 - Space Missions -G7-G12

IS702 - Space Missions

 

Dates: 08/05/2024 - 08/09/2024

Time: Monday to Friday, 4:30 PM - 6:30 PM

Location: Burlington/Needham

Grades: 7-10/9+

 

Prerequisite:

IS701

 

Course Description:

In this captivating course, we’ll unravel the cosmic tapestry woven by NASA’s intrepid spacecraft. From the launch pads of Cape Canaveral to the distant reaches of our solar system, we’ll explore the following stellar domains: Mission Chronicles: Trace the footsteps of pioneers: Mercury, Gemini, Apollo, and beyond. Relive the heart-pounding moments of moon landings, spacewalks, and lunar rovers. Interplanetary Odyssey: Embark on a celestial road trip: Mars, Venus, Jupiter, and Saturn. Witness the fiery descent of the Huygens probe into Titan’s thick atmosphere. Cosmic Quests: Seek out the secrets of the Red Planet: Mars Science Laboratory, Perseverance, and Ingenuity. Decode the mysteries of Europa’s subsurface ocean and Enceladus’s icy geysers. Beyond Our Backyard: Peer into the abyss: New Horizons at Pluto, Juno at Jupiter, and Dawn at Ceres. Marvel at the Kuiper Belt, Oort Cloud, and the enigmatic Voyager probes sailing toward the stars. Astrophysics Adventures: Unveil the universe’s hidden gems: Chandra X-ray Observatory, Spitzer Space Telescope, and Kepler. Grasp the concept of exoplanets, gravitational waves, and cosmic microwave background radiation. Mission Control Insights: Dive into the command centers: Houston, Pasadena, and Cape Canaveral. Understand launch windows, orbital mechanics, and the delicate ballet of spacecraft maneuvers.

(8/5-8/16) - RS101 Robo Wizards + RS102 Robo Heroes

RS101 Robo Wizards + RS102 Robo Heroes

 

Dates: 08/05/2024 - 08/16/2024

Time: Monday to Friday, 9 AM - 4 PM

Location: Burlington/Needham

Grades: 1-3

 

Prerequisite:

none

 

Course Description:

Join us for a remarkable two-week journey at our RS101 Robo Wizards + RS102 Robo Heroes, designed for curious young learners from Kindergarten to Grade 3. Our students will delve into the realms of renewable energy, engage in constructing towering skyscrapers, and learn how to program robots to respond to real-world challenges. They'll experience the thrill of building structures engineered to withstand seismic events, explore the principles of force and motion through interactive VEX GO vehicles, and blend art with science as they create geometric masterpieces. This hands-on, minds-on adventure is the perfect playground for budding scientists and engineers to ignite their creativity and spark a lifelong passion for learning.

(8/5-8/16, Needham) - RS701 Robotics Essentials + RS702 Complicated Machines

RS701 Robotics Essentials + RS702 Complicated Machine

 

Dates: 08/05/2024 - 08/16/2024

Time: Monday to Friday, 9 AM - 4 PM

Location: Needham

Grades: 7-10

 

Prerequisite:

none

 

Course Description:

Step into the innovative world of robotics with our RS701 Robotics Essentials + RS702 Complicated Machines course, crafted for the emerging engineers of grades 7 to 10. This course is a deep dive into the mechanics and intelligence behind modern robotics, offering a comprehensive learning experience that balances technical skills with real-world applications.

(G1 - 3) 1 Day - Vacation Program

  • 9 AM - 3 PM
  • No lunch is provided
  • Please bring a water bottle.
  • You can enter the day you desire when you are checking out.

(G1 - 3) 2 Days - Vacation Program

  • 9 AM - 3 PM
  • No lunch is provided
  • Please bring a water bottle.
  • You can enter the day you desire when you are checking out.

(G1 - 3) 5 Days - Vacation Program

  • 9 AM - 3 PM
  • No lunch is provided
  • Please bring a water bottle.
  • You can enter the day you desire when you are checking out.

(G4 - 6) 1 Day - Vacation Program

  • 9 AM - 3 PM
  • No lunch is provided
  • Please bring a water bottle.
  • You can enter the day you desire when you are checking out.

(G4 - 6) 2 Days - Vacation Program

  • 9 AM - 3 PM
  • No lunch is provided
  • Please bring a water bottle.
  • You can enter the day you desire when you are checking out.

(G4 - 6) 5 Days - Vacation Program

  • 9 AM - 3 PM
  • No lunch is provided
  • Please bring a water bottle.
  • You can enter the day you desire when you are checking out.

1-1 Personalized Coaching Program

Welcome to our exclusive One-on-One Personalized Coaching Program, designed to cater to your specific learning needs and goals. Our program offers an unparalleled level of personalized attention and guidance, ensuring that you achieve your objectives efficiently and effectively.

 

Program Highlights:

Personalized Attention: Each session is tailored to your unique learning requirements, offering personalized guidance to help you master the skills you need.
In-Person Coaching: To maintain the quality and integrity of our coaching, all sessions are conducted in-person within our dedicated classroom settings. This allows for a more interactive and hands-on learning experience.
Minimum Booking: Sessions can be booked for a minimum duration of 2 hours, ensuring ample time for in-depth exploration of topics and hands-on practice.
Expert Coaches: Our coaches are experts in their respective fields, bringing a wealth of knowledge and experience to provide you with the best possible guidance.
Flexibility: Whether you're looking to improve specific skills or require comprehensive guidance, our program offers the flexibility to book sessions according to your schedule and needs.
Booking a Session:

 

Please Note:

All coaching sessions must be conducted in our classroom. We do not offer online sessions or the option to conduct sessions outside of our designated premises.
Advance booking is required to ensure coach availability and prepare personalized materials tailored to your learning goals.

102 Vinci Robo Adventurers

Embark on a journey of discovery and creativity with our specialized 12-session robotics curriculum for 1-3 graders; students will engage with Robotics, VEX Go, and VEX 123 robots, exploring the fascinating world of STEM. Each session is designed to nurture logical thinking and hands-on skills, laying the groundwork for early STEM education. From basic robot assembly to simple programming and creative storytelling, these lessons offer a fun and educational introduction to the world of robotics, tailored specifically for young, curious minds.

301 Robotics Essentials + 3D Design + Presentation + Interview

 For Grade 7-12 Robotics Summer Camp
Start at July 22 - August 2 Two Weeks Camp
Time: 9 AM - 4 PM

 

Embark on a cutting-edge Robotics Essentials summer camp designed for students in grades 7 to 12! This program combines the thrill of 3D design with the skill of presentation and the art of the interview. Campers will learn to craft intricate 3D models, hone their public speaking and presentation abilities, and master interview techniques — all through the exciting lens of robotics. Join us for a summer of innovation, creativity, and personal growth as we explore the frontiers of technology and communication in the dynamic world of robotics. This camp is the perfect place for aspiring engineers and leaders to build a foundation for success.

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Elite Camp Only For Alumnus - VEX Robotics Competition

Elite Camp VEX V5 Competition - Only For Alumnus 
Start at July 1 - Aug 2 Every Tuesday and Thursday Between 4:30 PM-7:30 PM (No class on July 4)


and From August 5 - August 16, Every Day Between 4:30 PM-7:30 PM 

 

Our Advanced Robotics course, designed for grades 7-12, delves into high-level mechanical and programming concepts. It covers intricate mechanical systems for robotics competitions, focusing on mechanisms like DR4B for lifting, as well as shooting and collecting functions. Advanced programming modules include PID control, enhancing robotic precision and efficiency. The course also integrates 3D modeling for design visualization, and emphasizes maintaining a detailed engineering notebook. Essential soft skills like interview techniques and online challenge participation are also key components, preparing students for real-world applications and competitive scenarios in the field of robotics.

Elite Camp-Only For Alumnus VEX IQ Competition

Elite Camp VEX IQ Competition - Only For Alumnus 
Start from July 1 - Aug 2 Every Monday and Wednesday Between 4:30 PM-7:30 PM (No class on July 4)


and From August 5 - August 16 Every Day Between 4:30 PM-7:30 PM

 

Welcome to our Advanced Robotics program for grades 4-7! This course is a thrilling exploration into the world of robotics, tailored for young, aspiring engineers. Students will dive into mechanical systems, learning to design robots for specific tasks like lifting, shooting, and collecting. They'll delve into advanced programming, mastering PID control for precise movement. The course also introduces 3D modeling for creative design, and emphasizes the importance of maintaining a detailed engineering notebook. Key soft skills are nurtured through interview practice and participation in online challenges, culminating in the creation of short video content to showcase their projects. Join us for a journey of discovery and innovation in the realm of robotics!

R200 Vinci VEX IQ Basics

Teach children with no or little experience to build a VEX robot
Become a part of the VEX IQ Competition training teams — available for elementary and middle school students
Learn how to work as a team to make decisions
Learn how to document the invention process

R300 Vinci VEX IQ Advanced

Explore the Advanced Realm of VEX IQ Robotics!

Dive deep into the world of VEX IQ with our comprehensive module. Begin by familiarizing yourself with all VEX IQ parts and the correct usage of tools. Engage in the thought-provoking 'Parts Sorting Debate' activity, fostering teamwork and strategy. Build the versatile Ike, and explore the world of simple machines.

Master various drivetrains including Standard, H, Holonomic, and Tank Drives. Learn to construct and code these drivetrains for optimal performance. Discover the mechanics behind different collection systems like Claws, Rollers, and Tank Treads, and program control buttons for efficient operation.

Delve into the complexities of Compound Gear Sets and Ratios, enhancing your understanding of intricate movements. Create impactful launching systems such as Catapults, Linear Punches, and Flywheels. Understand the mechanics of lifting systems, from Arms to Extension Lifts like Scissor and Rack & Pinion.

Finally, integrate your knowledge with Two Sensors - the Color Sensor and Gyro, culminating in a hands-on Demo that showcases your skills in VEX IQ robotics.

Join us in this advanced journey, where innovation meets application!

R400 Vinci VEX IQ Competition

Embark on an immersive and challenging journey with our VEX Robotics course. Begin with an understanding of the Engineering Design Process and meticulous documentation in your Engineering Notebook. Grasp the intricacies of competition scoring and foster teamwork through engaging debates and collaborative activities. Delve into the roles and responsibilities within a team, and experience real-world scenarios with the VEXcode Virtual Challenge. From brainstorming robot ideas to mastering pneumatics, you'll progress through the stages of robot design, 3D modeling, building, and programming various systems, culminating in a comprehensive understanding of robotics engineering.

R402 Robotics Post-Season - Grade 4-7

Robotics Post-Season

A comprehensive 12-session program spread over three months. This course focuses on leveraging the latest robotics technologies, enhancing teamwork, and mastering effective communication to give your team a competitive edge.

Cutting-Edge Curriculum: Spanning three months, our course is meticulously crafted around three core themes—Technology Update and High Performance, School Sharing and Promotion Activities, and Experience Sharing and New Challenge Development. Each theme is tailored to inspire, challenge, and propel students into becoming not just participants, but leaders in the field of robotics.

Expert-Led Sessions: Our instructors are seasoned professionals and competition winners who bring a wealth of knowledge and insights from the front lines of robotics innovation and competition.

Hands-On Learning: With a strong emphasis on practical application, students will engage in designing high-performance robots, organizing and presenting at school sharing sessions, and even developing new competition challenges.

Teamwork and Leadership: Through collaborative projects and events, students will enhance their teamwork, communication, and leadership skills, essential competencies for success in any field.

Comprehensive Skill Development: Beyond technical skills, our course is designed to foster creativity, problem-solving, public speaking, and project management skills.

Course Structure


March: Dive into the latest robotics technologies and principles of designing high-performance robots. The month culminates in a project where students apply new technologies to their creations.

 

April: Focus shifts to effective communication and community engagement, as students prepare and present their projects in school and community events, enhancing their public speaking and organizational skills.

 

May: The course wraps up with a focus on experience sharing and innovation. Students will document their journey, share their success stories, and explore new challenges, readying them for future competitions and beyond.

R500 VEX V5 Basics + R600 VEX V5 Advanced

Grade 7-12 Pre-Competition VEX V5 Robotics Summer Program
Option 1: July 1 - July 12 
Option 2: August 5 - August 16
Time: 9 AM-4 PM

 

Welcome to an immersive hands-on course where students in grades 7 to 12 become the engineers of their own robots using the VEX Robotics platform. Our course takes you through the intricacies of robot construction, from assembling a sturdy drivebase to the finesse of a functional clawbot. We’ll delve into gears and their applications, and command robots with the sleek VEXcode V5. Challenges will test your problem-solving skills, and programming sessions will introduce you to the logic that brings robots to life. The course culminates in a presentation where students showcase their robotic masterpieces. Join us to build not just robots, but also the skills for future innovation.

R500 Vinci VEX V5 Basics

Welcome to VEX Robotics 101! Our journey begins with the basics of VEX V5, the cutting-edge platform for budding roboticists. Here, you'll learn about the essential components that make up these sophisticated machines. Start by building the Drive Base, understanding how robots turn and drive.

Get hands-on with an engaging Robot Soccer activity, where you'll see your creations come to life. Dive into the intricacies of the Clawbot, gears, and gear ratios, learning how these elements work together in robotic design.

Explore compound gear sets and their ratios, vital for complex movements. With VEXcode 101, you'll step into the world of basic programming, calculating moving distances, and harnessing the power of sensors.

Enhance your skills through Group Skill Challenges and prepare for the VEX Robotics Competition. Finally, showcase your knowledge and creations in a Presentation & Challenge session.

Join us in this thrilling educational adventure, where technology, engineering, and creativity converge!

R600 Vinci VEX V5 Advanced

Based on the topics you provided related to VEX V5 Parts and various mechanisms, I will create a teaching outline for a 16-lesson course designed for students in grades 7-12. Each lesson will be 2 hours long and will cover aspects of robot design, building, and programming using VEX V5 components.

R700 Vinci VEX V5 Competition

Embark on a comprehensive journey into robotics with our VEX Robotics course. Learn the Engineering Design Process and document your progress in an Engineering Notebook. Dive into Competition Overviews, mastering scoring techniques and understanding object measurements. Develop teamwork, define team roles and responsibilities, and engage in VEXcode Virtual Challenges for real-world competition simulations. Explore 3D design and modeling software, constructing and programming various robot systems, including drivetrains, launching, and collection systems. This course offers a perfect blend of theoretical knowledge and practical application, setting a solid foundation in robotics engineering and design.

R702 Robotics Post-Season - Grade 7-12

Vinci R702 Robotics Post-Season - Grade 7-12

A comprehensive 12-session program spread over three months. This course focuses on leveraging the latest robotics technologies, enhancing teamwork, and mastering effective communication to give your team a competitive edge.

Cutting-Edge Curriculum: Spanning three months, our course is meticulously crafted around three core themes—Technology Update and High Performance, School Sharing and Promotion Activities, and Experience Sharing and New Challenge Development. Each theme is tailored to inspire, challenge, and propel students into becoming not just participants, but leaders in the field of robotics.

Expert-Led Sessions: Our instructors are seasoned professionals and competition winners who bring a wealth of knowledge and insights from the front lines of robotics innovation and competition.

Hands-On Learning: With a strong emphasis on practical application, students will engage in designing high-performance robots, organizing and presenting at school sharing sessions, and even developing new competition challenges.

Teamwork and Leadership: Through collaborative projects and events, students will enhance their teamwork, communication, and leadership skills, essential competencies for success in any field.

Comprehensive Skill Development: Beyond technical skills, our course is designed to foster creativity, problem-solving, public speaking, and project management skills.

Course Structure
March: Dive into the latest robotics technologies and principles of designing high-performance robots. The month culminates in a project where students apply new technologies to their creations.

April: Focus shifts to effective communication and community engagement, as students prepare and present their projects in school and community events, enhancing their public speaking and organizational skills.

May: The course wraps up with a focus on experience sharing and innovation. Students will document their journey, share their success stories, and explore new challenges, readying them for future competitions and beyond.

R802 FTC Post-Season - Grade 7-12

FTC Robotics Post-Season Program - Grades 7-12

An immersive 12-session program spanning three months, designed to advance teams in the FIRST Tech Challenge. This course emphasizes leveraging cutting-edge robotics technologies, fostering unparalleled teamwork, and mastering effective communication to give teams a decisive advantage in future competitions.

Innovative Curriculum: Over three months, our curriculum is ingeniously structured around three pivotal themes—Advanced Robotics Technology and Performance, Community Engagement and Outreach, and Innovation and Strategic Challenge Preparation. Each theme is meticulously designed to not only challenge the students but also to position them as pioneers in the robotics arena.

Expert-Led Insight: Our sessions are facilitated by seasoned professionals and FTC award winners, offering an invaluable perspective from the vanguard of robotics competition and innovation.

Hands-On Experience: Emphasizing practical application, participants will delve into constructing advanced robots, orchestrating impactful community and school outreach events, and conceiving innovative challenge strategies.

Teamwork and Leadership Excellence: Through cooperative projects and community initiatives, students will refine their teamwork, communication, and leadership abilities—key skills pivotal for success across any endeavor.

Holistic Skill Enhancement: Our program transcends technical prowess to nurture creativity, problem-solving acumen, public speaking, and project management capabilities.

Program Structure

  • March: Introduction to advanced robotics technologies and the principles of constructing competitive robots for the FTC challenges. The month culminates in a team project applying these cutting-edge technologies.

  • April: Shifts the focus to community engagement and effective communication, as teams prepare and deliver presentations on their projects at school and community events, honing their public speaking and organizational talents.

  • May: The program concludes with a deep dive into innovation and strategic challenge preparation. Teams will document their progress, share their achievements, and strategize for upcoming FTC challenges, equipped with new insights and readiness for the competitive arena.

 

RT400 Vinci VEX IQ Teamwork

#RT400 (G4-6) Robotics Competition Teamwork is only for VEX Robotics Competition students.

RT700 Vinci VEX V5 Teamwork

#RT700 (G7-10) Robotics Competition Teamwork is only for VEX Robotics Competition students. 

Trial Class

🤖 Robot Fun: Get hands-on with VEX Go and VEX 123 robots, discovering the basics of building and programming in an easy, fun way.

🛠️ Learn by Doing: Engage in practical activities that foster creativity and problem-solving skills.

👩‍🏫 Expert Guidance: Our dedicated educators ensure a supportive and enjoyable learning experience.

V5 RoboTech Mastery

Welcome to "V5 RoboTech Mastery" 10 Class – an advanced course designed to take your V5 robotics skills to the next level. This course is tailored for 7th-grade students who are keen to delve deeper into the world of robotics using the V5 system. Over ten sessions, you'll gain an in-depth understanding of advanced programming, sensor integration, robot design principles, and power systems. We'll also cover crucial aspects like automation, feedback mechanisms, and competition strategies. Whether you're building your first complex robot or preparing for a robotics competition, this course offers the knowledge and hands-on experience you need to excel in the field of robotics. Join us on this exciting journey to master the intricacies of V5 robotics!

VEX V5 Training In Classroom

AFTER SCHOOL IN CLASSROOM LEARNING

 

Learn VEX V5 EDR robotics from ZERO to HERO 

Hands-on design, building, programming, and VEX Robotics Competition preparation.​

  • 16 lessons (2 hours per lesson) + 5 hands-on hours to learn VEX V5 from Introduction to Competition.

  • Start immediately with flexible enrollment and schedule.

  • Form competition teams for the VEX Robotics Competition.

  • All robot kits and tools are provided during the study.

 

RECOMMENDED AGE

 

  • Middle & high school students

  • 12 - 16 years old or grade 7 - 11​

 

CLASS SCHEDULE

 

Start immediately. Come on any of the following times or multiple times each week to accelerate the learning speed.

  • Wednesday @ 4:30 PM - 6:30 PM

  • Saturday @ 4:00 PM - 6:00 PM

  • Sunday @ 4:00 PM - 6:00 PM

 

CLASSROOM LOCATION

 

87 Terrace Hall Ave. 

Burlington, MA 01803

5 mins to the Burlington Mall

 

CURRICULUM

 

 

VEX Robotics Official Certified Teacher

VEX Official Certified: VEX IQ & V5 EDR

Carnegie Mellon University, Robotics Academy VEX V5 Certified Teacher

Vinci - VEX Go Level II

A new educational adventure for our 3rd-grade students: a 21-lesson course focusing on STEM education using the robotics kit. This course is designed to inspire and engage your children in the world of robotics, coding, and engineering.

 

Throughout the course, students will participate in various hands-on activities that will help them understand basic and intermediate concepts in STEM. They will learn to build simple machines, code robots to perform tasks, and apply their learning to solve real-world problems. This experience will not only enhance their technical skills but also foster creativity, teamwork, and problem-solving abilities.

 

Each lesson is carefully planned to be interactive and educational, lasting 1.5 hours. We believe that this course will be a valuable addition to their learning journey, equipping them with skills and knowledge that are vital in today's technology-driven world.

 

We look forward to an exciting and enriching experience for our students and are here to answer any questions you may have about the course.

Vinci-R401 Pre-Robotic Competition- Grade 4-6

Vinci Pre-Robotics Competition Course, meticulously designed for Grade 4-6 students eager to excel in next season's competition and secure a place in competitive teams. This 14-week comprehensive course not only immerses students in the core concepts of VEX IQ but also equips them with essential design, programming, and strategic planning skills. A unique addition to our curriculum is the focus on the design process, crucial for creating an Engineering Notebook, a key component in VEX competitions that demonstrates the team's design journey and innovation.

Course Highlights:

Comprehensive Foundation Teaching: We start with the basics, ensuring students fully understand VEX IQ competition rules, core requirements, and scoring criteria.
Innovation in Design and Hands-on Practice: Beyond theoretical knowledge, our emphasis is on practical skill development. Students will build and program robots, transforming ideas into functioning prototypes.
Strategic Thinking Training: Through case studies and simulated competitions, we aim to develop students' ability to formulate and adjust competition strategies effectively.
Engineering Notebook Documentation: A special focus on the design process teaches students how to document their engineering journey, an invaluable skill for maintaining a detailed Engineering Notebook. This includes brainstorming, designing, building, testing, and iterating, all while capturing their thought process, challenges, solutions, and progress.
Expert Guidance and Feedback: Experienced instructors provide personalized coaching, ensuring that each student is on track to meet the competitive teams' standards by the course end.

To join competitive teams after Pre-Robotics Competition, students must successfully complete a three-part assessment process:

Written Test: Assessing knowledge of VEX IQ robotics fundamentals and competition rules.
Coach Interview: Evaluating technical skills, teamwork, problem-solving abilities, and commitment.
Team Interview: Determining compatibility, communication, and collaborative skills with the team.
Successful navigation through all three stages is required to join an existing competitive team, ensuring teams are well-rounded with dedicated and skilled members.

Vinci-R701 Pre-Robotics Competition - Grade7-12

Vinci Advanced Robotics Competition Course for Grade 7-12 Students
Introducing the Vinci Advanced Robotics Competition Course, specifically tailored for Grade 7-12 students aiming to dominate in the next season's VEX Robotics competitions and earn their place on elite competitive teams. This 14-week intensive course delves deeper into the advanced concepts of VEX Robotics, equipping students with sophisticated design, programming, and strategic planning skills necessary for success at higher competition levels. Our curriculum highlights the advanced design process, essential for crafting an Engineering Notebook that showcases the team's innovative journey and engineering prowess.

Course Highlights:

Advanced Foundation Teaching: Starting with an advanced overview of VEX Robotics competition rules, we delve into complex requirements and scoring criteria, ensuring students have a comprehensive understanding of the competition landscape.

Sophisticated Design and Hands-on Practice: We push beyond the basics, focusing on advanced practical skills. Students will engage in the design and programming of more complex robots, turning intricate ideas into fully operational prototypes.

Enhanced Strategic Thinking: Utilizing advanced case studies and simulated competitions, our goal is to refine students' strategic thinking abilities, enabling them to devise, implement, and adjust complex competition strategies.

In-depth Engineering Notebook Documentation: Emphasizing the advanced design process, we guide students in documenting their engineering journey with precision, an invaluable skill for maintaining a detailed and sophisticated Engineering Notebook. This includes advanced brainstorming, designing, building, testing, and iterating processes.

Expert Personalized Coaching: Our experienced instructors provide personalized, advanced-level coaching, ensuring that each student is fully prepared to meet and exceed the high standards of competitive teams.

Assessment Process for Joining Competitive Teams:

Written Test: Advanced assessment of students' understanding of VEX Robotics fundamentals, rules, and complex problem-solving scenarios.

Coach Interview: A deeper evaluation of students' technical expertise, teamwork dynamics, advanced problem-solving capabilities, and dedication to robotics.

Team Interview: An assessment of how well students integrate with potential team members, focusing on advanced communication skills, collaboration techniques, and compatibility with team dynamics.

Successful completion of this rigorous three-part assessment is mandatory for students aspiring to join existing competitive teams. This ensures that teams are equipped with members who are not only technically proficient but also strategically savvy and team-oriented.

World Championship Prep - Only For Competiton Student

Attention Competitors Heading to the World Championships!
The 40-hour training Teamwork Program, spanning two months from March to the competition, is designed specifically for students in the World Championship.

Program Highlights:
Comprehensive Coverage: Dive deep into the essential subjects relevant to the competition, including engineering and programming, ensuring you're well-prepared for every aspect of the contest.
Practical Experience: Engage in hands-on practice sessions that simulate the real-world competition atmosphere, helping you adapt to the pressure and pace of the world championships.
Team Collaboration: Enhance your teamwork and collaborative skills through group projects, preparing you to work effectively with others and achieve common goals.
Leadership Development: Develop your leadership qualities and public speaking skills, essential for leading your team to success in a competitive environment.
Mental Preparation: Learn strategies to build confidence and maintain composure under pressure, ensuring you're mentally prepared for the challenges ahead.

Course Details:
Duration: 40 hours over two months, starting in March

This program is a golden opportunity for students aiming to compete in the world championships.

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