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LEGO® Robotics

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  • LEGO®  Robotics Simple Machine (1st-3rd Math Grades)  

  1.  9/5/2017 to 10/17/2017  Tuesday 3:55 to 5:00 pm, 6 lessons (Skip 10/10 fall break)
    Simple Machine:  We are using LEGO® Education’s brand new Simple Machines set, we’ll learn the mechanical engineering concepts behind levers, gears, pulleys and more. Each week, we’ll build a new project incorporating one of these. Get ready for a catapult, a car race, a crazy floor set! This is a great way to master the building skills that will serve your young engineers well in our Lego Robotics classes.  After learning the engineering concepts and building the machines, we encourage our students to improvise on their designs, just like we do in our robotics classes!







  • LEGO®  Robotics Programming 1 (2nd-6th grade Math grade or student has taken Simple Machine)

  1.  10/24/2017 to 11/28/2017  Tuesday 3:55 to 5:10 pm, 5 lessons
         
 




LEGO® Robotics programming is our core class, where beginners learn to build and program robots using Lego Education’s award winning WeDo™ robotics and programming software.

In programming 1, students follow step-by-step on-screen instructions to build their robots, and then write suggested programs to get their robots working. After that, those who are ready write more complicated programs involving motion or tilt sensors, or improvise to make their robots achieve certain tasks.

That’s just the start! Once we have built and programmed our bots, we start experimenting with them. If we want our robot to move in a different direction, or make a sound, or make a different motion, how do we re-program them or re-engineer them to do that?





    • LEGO® MINDSTORMS® Education EV3-1(Beginner) 

      (5th-8th grade students or students have taken Programming 1 or Motorized 1)

        1.  Date undecided


    Imagine it, build it, and make it go! Powered by the LEGO® MINDSTORMS® Education EV3 Base Set and Software, your child will explore the exciting world of robotics! Combining the versatility of the LEGO® building system, a powerful microcomputer brick, and intuitive drag-and-drop programming software, this adventure will have your child creating cool robots on the first day. 

           










    • LEGO®  Robotics  Motorized Mechanism- Level 1  (4th and above Math Grade or 1-3 grade student has taken Simple Machine)

      1.  11/02/2016 to 12/14/2016 Wednesday  3:45 to 5:00 pm, 6 lessons (No Class,11/23) 
      This Class use 
      LEGO® Education Motorized Mechanism Set to learn Simple Machine.
      We’ll learn the mechanical engineering concepts behind levers, gears, pulleys and more. Each week, we’ll build a new project incorporating one of these. Get ready for a catapult, a car race. This is a great way to master the building skills that will serve your young engineers well in our Lego Robotics classes. After learning the engineering concepts and building the machines, we encourage our students to improvise on their designs, just like we do in our robotics classes!


    • LEGO®  Robotics Programming 1 (2nd-6th grade Math grade or student has taken Simple Machine)

    1.  11/3/2016 to 12/15/2016  Thursday 3:45 to 5:00 pm, 6 lessons (No Class,11/24 Thanksgiving Break) (Class Full, thank you)
             
     




    LEGO® Robotics programming is our core class, where beginners learn to build and program robots using Lego Education’s award winning WeDo™ robotics and programming software.

    In programming 1, students follow step-by-step on-screen instructions to build their robots, and then write suggested programs to get their robots working. After that, those who are ready write more complicated programs involving motion or tilt sensors, or improvise to make their robots achieve certain tasks.

    That’s just the start! Once we have built and programmed our bots, we start experimenting with them. If we want our robot to move in a different direction, or make a sound, or make a different motion, how do we re-program them or re-engineer them to do that?