“Children’s games are significant; They have a tremendous role shaping the child’s life” 5th - 8th Grade!

Robobricks

  • 18 Weekly Classes

  • 90 - 120 Minutes

  • $850

About Course

Robo Bricks enrichment program teaches software engineering, technology, entrepreneurship and math (STEM). During each lesson, students build a robot that moves using coding. Once they finish building the robots the students are given the opportunity to develop and create computer algorithms and learn how to implement codes. Most computer programs and software are in English. We teach our students to use the correct English terms, aiding them in the development of their technical language for the field. Robo Bricks students design a software and mechanical engineering project. Students present their project to potential investors (a panel of judges) and are then critiqued. This program introduces the participants to many important professional skills that they will later be able to employ in their future careers. Building robots allows the students to develop the ability to create computer algorithms and learn how to implement codes. Most computer programming and software engineering are in English. We teach our students to use the correct English terms, aiding them to develop their technical language for the field.

Robo Bricks students design a software and mechanical engineering project. Students present their project to potential investors (a panel of judges) and are then critiqued. This program introduces the participants to many important professional skills, that they will later be able to employ in their careers.

Overview of Robo Bricks curriculum

The Young Engineers approach utilizes the spiral method, allowing new concepts to be taught while building on the previous programs. We always encourage newcomers and repeat previous lessons to ensure all our students are up to speed. Robo Bricks introduces participants to the world of robotics through lessons of mechanical engineering. This enrichment program teaches practical software and mechanical engineering principles. These are algorithm planning, formulation of pseudo code, flow charts, We-Do Programming, input and output implementations, loops, multi-threads, keyboard operations, sensor applications, calculation commands. Robo Bricks introduces students to realistic professional skills and the world of entrepreneurship. We teach our participants the importance of the following topics: market research, product page, Google, Microsoft Power Point, rhetorical methods and more.

Robo Bricks secondary objectives

  • Introduce algorithmic thinking
  • Learn English software engineering terminology
  • Encourage procedural thinking
  • Time management through submitting final project by a given deadline
  • Improving presentation skills
  • Working in teams efficiently
  • Familiarization with computer orientation
  • Gaining information system and media literacy
  • Progressing critical and creative thinking

Robo Bricks building model themes

  • Gadgets and games
  • Modern Robots to execute different tasks

Robobricks 1

Period Day Time Register
September 14-Feb 1 Monday 6 - 7:15pm
September 15-Jan 26 Tuesday 6 - 7:15pm
September 16 - Jan 27 Wednesday 4 - 5:15pm
September 17- February 4 Thursday 4 - 5:15pm
September 18 - February 12 Friday 2:45 - 4pm
September 19 - February 13 Saturday 11:00am - 12:15pm