Programming Engineering VEX

Along with an interest in robotics, a major skill set needed for this course is the ability to work in teams. This robotics class will use the VEX Robotics System and Programming Software customized for beginner to intermediate learners ages 7-18 (Min Age: Must turn 7 by 12-31-15).  The Carnegie Mellon based Curriculum is delivered in small student clusters so that an appropriate skill level of learning can be achieved at an effective pace.

This robotics program is ideal for students who enjoy problem-solving and want to develop interpersonal skills through working in a collaborative team setting. If you like mechanics, engineering, ever wondered about what makes things ‘Tick’ or simply have a curiosity of how things work, then this is the place for you! As students have fun building robots and competing in robotics missions, this popular robotics build and programming program provides the young participant with access to VEX Robotics Systems and Programming Software that will lay a strong foundation for future study in computer engineering, math, mechanical engineering, and other STEM subjects.

Applicants must submit a 250 word essay entitled “Robotics, Me and the World of Possibilities“sharing who you are, the benefits os  and how this robotics program

What Will You Acquire?

ArrowRigh3t   Visual programming using the EV3 software
ArrowRigh3t  Build MINDSTORMS robots that use motors
ArrowRigh3t  Programming and the use of sensors

ArrowRigh3t  Understand gears and gear ratios

ArrowRigh3t  Experience easy and effective ways to understand Science, Technology, Engineering & Mathematics

ArrowRigh3t  A deeper understanding of Robotics

ArrowRigh3t  Greater skills and knowledge for challenging projects and Robotics competition Register Now!

Skill Sets Gained

  • Software & Hardware Skills Development
  • LEGO® MINDSTORMS® Education EV3 Base Set
  •  LEGO® MINDSTORMS® Education EV3 Software

STEM & 21st Century Skills Development

ArrowRigh3t  Problem-solving
ArrowRigh3t Creativity
ArrowRigh3t Collaborative teamwork
ArrowRigh3t Adapting to new challenges

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Waiver of Liability* I, the undersigned guardian, hereby release and forever discharge the BrainTech Robotics Program and its respective officers, employees, agents and program supporter/sponsors from and against all claims, actions, costs, damages and expenses with respect to damage and/or bodily injury to my child or property as a result of his or her participation in the said “BrainTech Robotics Program ”. I understand that BrainTech Robotics Program has a violence-free, peanut-free, inclusion and computer-use policy to ensure the safety of all participants. Any behavioral misconduct will result in immediate removal from this program, with no money refunded. Having read and understood the indemnification and release form in its entirety, I declare that I hereby agree to be bound by the terms and conditions. Participants in BrainTech Robotics Program may have their photos captured and displayed for the purpose of informing parents of the days activities and their child's progress. These photos may also be used in marketing material promoting BrainTech Robotics Program . Understanding the terms and conditions of this indemnification and release, I give my consent for the registrant to participate.

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-Why do you want to participate in the STEMTASTIC CHALLENGE for Girls?
-What is about the description of the program that excites you?
-What parts of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics do you already enjoy?
-What are some examples of how you have worked well in a team in one of your classes?