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LEGO Robotics Academy Ages 7–12


This is a comprehensive enrichment program where children learn to design, build, and program robots. This is a multi-level program where students move up a level each time they take the class to take on more advanced concepts. Starting with basic use of motors, gears and sensors, students will work their way up to controlling the robot’s movements installing sensors that pick-up light, distance, and color. (RS)


Class Will Not Meet On: 11/26, 11/28 Location: SCC Instructor: Chasewood Learning Staff


CODE DAYS DATES TIME


482016-1A Th 09/10-10/15 7:00-8:00P 482016-1B Sa 09/12-10/17 482016-2A Th 11/05-12/17 482016-2B Sa 11/07-12/19


12:45-1:45P


FEE $95 $95


7:00-8:00P $95 12:45-1:45P $95


STEM Learn How to Code Ages 8–14


Learn programming essentials by coding with Scratch, a programming environment developed by MIT. Coding in Scratch allows children to understand basic programming concepts, program flow, and programming logic, through the development of simple to advanced animations, interactive stories, and video games, Scratch encourages systematic reasoning and creativity. (RS)


Class Will Not Meet On: 11/28 Location: SCC Instructor: Chasewood Learning Staff


CODE DAYS DATES TIME


482007-1A Th 09/10-10/15 5:45-6:45P 482007-2A Sa 11/07-12/19


FEE $95


2:00-3:00P $95


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