Preparing your children for their future!

 

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  CLASS TITLE: Robots & Programming (ages 8-13)

Learn Robots & Programming through virtual journeys

and challenges - Now Enrolling

A full curriculum is now available consisting of over 15 lessons

11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. 

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Kids love robots...and we have robots! We also, by accident (or not) teach programming, math, engineering, artificial intelligence and science as they learn about robots. We prepare your student for their future in a way that no public school can equal.

 

Instead of teaching to a test (current STEM core curriculum), we make learning easy and fun. Your child starts advancing immediately into logical thinking lessons by programming avatars in Robot Adventures of LearningTM. Students learn multiple advanced and critical concepts of science & math in every class.

Classes at:

Barnes & Noble in Vancouver, WA.

(classes are held at the very back of the store on the left side)

7700 NE Fourth Plain Boulevard
Vancouver, WA  98662

 

 

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*** NEW ROBOT CLASSES FOR YOUNGER STUDENTS ***

We are now offering new classes for 7-year-olds and 8-year-olds who want an introductory course on robots and logical thinking.

 

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CLASS TITLE: Introduction to Robots

& Logical Thinking Classes (ages 7 & 8)

Learn Robots & Logical Thinking through fun games with robots

Two and three-pack class packages are now available

11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. 

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Classes are on consecutive Saturdays.

An adult must accompany every student and a robot needs to be purchased

at Barnes & Noble before the class.

Classes at:

Barnes & Noble in Vancouver, WA.

(classes are held at the very back of the store on the left side)

7700 NE Fourth Plain Boulevard
Vancouver, WA  98662

 

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ROBOT SUMMER CAMP:

Hack an Mbot & Program Avatars - Programming & Robots

(ages 8 to 13)

 

Students learn about robotics, artificial intelligence, programming (two languages) and build and program a robot - Now Enrolling

Students can purchase a Robot and the Camp or just come to camp

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Kids love robots...we introduce a variety of robots and programming languages.

All students get hands on training and work in teams to program robots in adventures and challenges. Students build a robot (with purchase) learning how each element works! Also, we walk your student through the programming of the robot, taking pictures of them and the components so they are excited about using the robot at home and in future classes.

 

As in our classes, instead of teaching to a test (current STEM core curriculum), we make learning easy and fun. At the College of Robotics, your child starts advancing beyond programming avatars into real robots.

 

Robot Camp Schedule 2017  at Barnes & Noble Vancouver, WA 

Monday - Friday, 9 am to 12 noon, the weeks of:

Robot Summer Camp 1: June 26 to July 1

Robot Summer Camp 3: August 8 to August 12

 

Barnes & Noble in Vancouver, WA.

(camp is held at the very back of the store on the left side)

7700 NE Fourth Plain Boulevard
Vancouver, WA  98662

Please Note: All courses are taught with the intent to help students learn a subject or improve their understanding of robotics, programming, math and science concepts. 

Students should be at or above their grade level to take a class with The College of Robotics. We are sorry but students with learning disabilities will probably not succeed or enjoy our curricula. Much of the curricula is self-paced and students must be able to be self directed.

 

All Students are bound by the College of Robotics Standard Terms & Conditions. By purchasing and/or having your student attend a course, you agree to the all the terms found in the College of Robotics Standard Terms and Conditions. Please note that the terms allow for arbitration to solve any disputes.

Contact Us

College of Robotics

You can reach us at: (360)-.

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info@collegeofrobotics.org

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