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Week Week Camp #1Camp #2Camp #3
126-Jun to 30-JunRobotics Engineering DesignProgramming in Python / ScratchGM Chess Camp
203-Jul to 7-JulRobotics Engineering DesignProgramming in Python / Scratch
310-Jul to 14-JulRobotics Engineering DesignProgramming in Python / ScratchGM Chess Camp
417-Jul to 21-JulRobotics Engineering DesignProgramming in Python / Scratch
524-Jul to 28-JulRobotics Engineering DesignProgramming in Python / ScratchGM Chess Camp
631-Jul to 4-AugRobotics Engineering DesignProgramming in Python / Scratch
707-Aug to 11-AugRobotics Engineering DesignProgramming in Python / Scratch / JavaGM Chess Camp
814-Aug to 18-AugRobotics Engineering DesignProgramming in Python / Scratch / Java
921-Aug to 25-AugRobotics Engineering DesignProgramming in Python / Scratch / JavaGM Chess Camp

 

S.T.E.M. For FUN (3-in-1) With Creating Writing:The goal of this camp is to introduce S.T.E.M contents in fun way and also keep students from reemphasize the concepts learnt during academic year. There will be good healthy balance between learning and having fun! [Recommended for all grades]

 

Programming in Python: Programming in Python is for everyone who can understand simple instructions and use it to build up a program. We would like to assume that the children have no previous coding experience in order to make their foundation strong. This course goes over the basics and exposes students to the development environment. We will take them through the Introduction to Programming, Problem Solving, Introduction to Python, Variables, Math, Data Types, Operators, Conditional Statements, Loops, and Data Structures. [Recommended for Grade 4 and above]

 

Programming in Scratch: This course is designed to help children jumpstart their interest in Programming with Scratch. The introduction curriculum will not solely stress on technicalities of computing but will draw upon their imagination, creativity, and interests to bring animated characters to life through intuitive drag-and drop interface. [Recommended for all grades. No programming experience required.]

 

Robotics Engineering and Design: This course serves as a launch pad for children into the world of Robotics through WeDo 2.0 tool kit. Students will learn building and programming while having most fun with hands-on designing and building activities, which is the best way for them to retain new information over a prolonged period. The learning takes place in 3 stages viz Explore, Create, and Share. [Recommended for all grades]

 

Lego EV3: This course introduces students to Lego EV3 Mindstorms hardware and software programming. They will explore the Lego EV3 kit, learn to program their robot with the EV3 Mindstorms Programming Studio, and work on making the abstract tangible. Kit & Laptop will be available for in-class use. [Recommended for Grade 4 and above]

 

Grand Master Chess Camp: Intense chess training with sport and fun games. For all levels of players. Lectures to improve general knowledge, recorded and saved tournament games (USCF rated camp tournament if requested in advance), professional game analysis, fun games. Open for K-8, with a special permission for 9-12 graders.

 

Jump start with Java Programming: Programming in Java is for middle and high school students who can understand basic programming principles and use it to build up a program. We would like to assume that the students have no previous Java programming experience for this course. This course goes over the basics and exposes students to the development environment. We will take them through the Introduction to Programming, input / output methods, data types, variables, String methods, Conditional statements, Introduction to loops (for and while), Practice with loops and intro to nested for loops, While loops, Elementary data structures (array and arraylist) and possibly intro to recursion and practice with recursion. Student will design and implement several mini projects. They will have opportunities to work with others in team environment. They will get to taste different roles of software engineering (requirement collection, design, code, test, and release). [Recommended for Middle and High School students]

 

FLL Boot Camp with LEGO EV3: Great way to get ready for FLL Season. Our refresher course provides students’ opportunity to do redo some past FLL challenges with Lego EV3 Mindstorms hardware and software programming. Line following, Sensing position and color are few such tasks. They will explore the Lego EV3 kit, learn to program their robot with the EV3 Mindstorms Programming Studio, and work on making the abstract tangible. Kit & Laptop will be available for in-class use.

 

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