Project Description

Innovation & Design Camps

Seekonk Campus

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Innovation & Design Programs

LEGO Robotics & Programming Camp:

June 14 – June 25 (ages 8 – 11 years old)
Young engineers learn by building! Campers will explore mechanical engineering, robot design, and computer science with the LEGO EV3 robotics building system. All experience levels are welcome as we study robotics fundamentals and some advanced designs. Campers will develop computer programming skills with LEGO’s drag-and-drop visual programming language, EV3 Classroom. Students will also have team-time to play in robotic game challenges with custom bots that they design and build themselves.

Dylan Ryder, Wheeler Faculty

Creative Technologies Camp:

June 28 – July 9 (ages 11 – 14 years old)
Where artists are engineers, and engineers are artists! This unique camp challenges students to use technology tools to create works of art. Campers will study contemporary artists that work with algorithms and technology, as inspiration for expressing their own artistic creativity. Students will develop computer programming skills to produce animations and visual art. They will also code drawing machines, program robots that can paint, and use other technologies to design interactive and even electrified artworks!

Dylan Ryder, Wheeler Faculty

Innovation & Design Camps will be offered:

Session 1 (June 14 – June 25): Lego Robotics & Programming Camp (ages 8-11)

Session 2 (June 28 – July 9): Creative Technologies Camp (ages 11-14)


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