Robotics At Aham

  • Robotics
  • 9 - All Ages
  • Organized By: Aham Learning Hub
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Aham STEM-Robotics Workshop is a comprehensive program spanning 4 weekends, 3 days per week with a total of 24 hours of designing, building and testing robots that actually work.

 

STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) concepts are integrated into the course. Students seamlessly use math and science concepts as tools when they build a robot ­­­­­­­or use the computer program. STEM-Robotics education is an effective way for students to learn their curriculum in a fun engaging way. It enables them to get a head start on building simple robotic models, attaching sensors and motors and configuring behavior using simple programming tools. Students learn to design, program and control fully functional models. They use software programs to plan, test and modify sequences of instruction.

 

By attending Aham STEM-Robotics Workshop:

  • Students will construct complex and interesting robots.
  • Students will work in teams.
  • They explore problems and come up with their own solutions.
  • Each student contributes to the process of designing, building and testing prototypes.
  • Students will be guided and mentored by experienced teachers in the field of Robotics.
  • Students will be ready to participate in robotics competitions.

 

Junior Basic Level

Age 6 – 10

Kit: LEGO WeDo

Session: 12 (2 hrs each)

LEGO WeDo robotics construction set contains motors, sensors and 325 different elements. The WeDo set takes STEM concept learning to the next level extending the possibilities for creative problem-solving challenges and math connections for elementary students. The students use scratch programming for operating the motors and gears. 

 

Senior Basic Level

Age: 11 - 16

Kit: LEGO MINDSTROMS

Session: 12 (2 hrs each)

LEGO MINDSTROMS Education set enables students to build, program and test their solutions based on LEGO building bricks and real-life robotics Technology. LEGO MINSDSTROMS will enable students to:

  • Understand forces and motion; graphs and interpret rotation sensor data
  • Develop robots capable of complex thinking using logical structures and sensor feedback
  • Understand that complex systems are created from subsystems
  • Design, build and program a fully functioning robotic system­­­­­­­

Details

31 March 2017 to 23 April 2017

10:00 AM - 12:30 PM

Registration

Please bring :

1. Sketching paper/ Hand Made/ Buff Paper

2. Color Pencils or Charcoal Pencils or Dry Pastels

 

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