Coding Corner at North Museum


SKU: CISC 055 12 SC Categories: , , ,

August 5 – 9 | 1:00pm – 4:00pm

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Learn to program with the Edison and Sphero Robots at the North Museum.  In this camp, students will be introduced to logic-based thinking concepts while developing programming skills to interact with the Edison and Sphero Robots.  Unlike on-screen only coding, the robots will let students see their program working.  The Edison robot is a powerful, engaging tool for teaching kids STEM, computational thinking and computer programming in a hands-on way.  Sphero is a robotic ball that you control by touching and tilting your tablet.  You can drive the robot around, play tabletop games with it, or hold it to use it as a gaming controller.  Through the activities in the camp, students will be introduced the concepts of programming movement and will allow visual, tactile and active learners flourish in a STEM environment.

Age:  This camp is for students entering 3rd – 5th grades
Program: CISC 055-12-SC
Credits:  Non-credit
Cost:  $125 per student
Dates:  August 5-9, 2019
Hours:  1:00pm – 4:00pm
Location:  North Museum – 400 College Ave, Lancaster, PA 17603
Instructor:   Faith Michaels, Madison Brame, Naomi-Rachel Stanfield