CLASSES AND CURRICULUM
 
Early Science (Pre-K - Kindergarten) using LEGO

Structures -Young children build fun and simple models such as a seesaw, rolling vehicle, hand-operated lift, and
a merry-go-round. By playing with and manipulating the models, they experience pulleys, levers, gears, and wheels and axles.
 
 
Science and Technology I (1st and 2nd grades) using LEGO

Wheels and Axles – This class provides hands-on learning about single and separate axles, steering, rollers, winch handles, and friction.
Gears – Students build a merry-go-round and a fan. Both models demonstrate how gears can multiply speed. By counting the number of turns and rotations, students can calculate the gear ratios.
 
 
Science and Technology II (1st and 2nd grades) using LEGO

Motorized Machines – Through the building of realistic motorized models, students develop a strong understanding of mechanical principles.
 
 
Introduction to Robotics (3rd, 4th, 5th) using LEGO

This class is designed by Carnegie Mellon University's National Robotics Engineering Consortium. This class uses the motivational advantages of robotics to teach math, science, and technology concepts. The class is aligned with standards developed by the American Association for the Advancement of Science, the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics, and the International Technology Education Association.
 
 
Advanced Introduction to Robotics (3rd, 4th, 5th) using LEGO

Advanced Intro to Robo (3rd, 4th, 5th) – This class is designed by Carnegie Mellon University's National Robotics Engineering Consortium. This class uses the motivational advantages of robotics to teach math, science, and technology concepts. The class is aligned with standards developed by the American Association for the Advancement of Science, the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics, and the International Technology Education Association.
 
 
Exploration Mars (3rd, 4th, 5th) using LEGO

Take children on the field trip of their lives to the Red Planet! LEGO Education and FIRST (For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology) have teamed to introduce the Exploration Mars. This new offering takes students through 10 hours of activities and curriculum contained in four main challenges, each of which fully integrates math, science, and technology into exciting inquiry-based activities. They build an obstacle field out of LEGO bricks, all on a 4' x 8' vinyl mat that mimics the surface of the Red Planet. Students collect and analyze data; navigate obstacles that they’ve built out of LEGO bricks; conduct meteorological, hydrologic, and geologic experiments; and more!
 
 
Robotics Engineering (6th to 8th) using LEGO

This introductory curriculum provides robotics instruction and serves as an exhaustive introduction to the LEGO® MINDSTORMS® NXT system and all concepts associated with mobile robotics. Students will progress through activities designed to teach programming, behaviors, systems, control, sensors, feedback, and more. Along the way, they will address key technology and science concepts. The curriculum is developed at Carnegie Mellon University.
 
 
Advanced C-Based Robotics - High School and Up

This exciting educational technology uses the explanatory power of multimedia to help students learn how to write syntax-based programs in NQC and Interactive C. This class is designed by Carnegie Mellon University's National Robotics Engineering Consortium. This class uses the motivational advantages of robotics to teach math, science, and technology concepts. The class is aligned with standards developed by the American Association for the Advancement of Science, the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics, and the International Technology Education Association.
 
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