Robotics Camp E (Grades 9-12)

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The Robotics Camp for Accelerated Math Learning for students in Grades 9-12 enables accelerated and deeper math learning through collaborative robotics projects (multiple students use different devices to control robotic systems that they create to accomplish a task), RoboPlay challenges, and solving real-world problems using math concepts. The campers will also learn teamwork, communication, presentation, and leadership skills. At the end of the camp, student teams create a multimedia presentation using a robotic system to illustrate some abstract math concepts and present it to parents and peers.

The curriculum for this camp includes:

  • Mathematics​

    • Linear Relationships​

    • Systems of Linear Equations

    • Geometric Transformations

    • Exponential Functions

    • Polynomial Functions

    • Transformation of Linear and Polynomial Functions

    • Piecewise Functions

    • Statistical Data Analysis and Visualization

  • Coding

  • Principles of Engineering

  • Science

  • Art

  • Music

  • Sensor Based Robotics using LArduino (optional)