Students design, build, and program stationary and moving robotic models. They learn STEM concepts, including speed, structural stability and metamorphosis to create and program interactive models that use motors, sensors and block-based programming interfaces.
This course teaches the basics of coding through various science based projects with real-world science concepts applied. Students learn to work through various projects to demonstrate various educational concepts.
- Loops and delays
- Rescue transportation
- Two-motor driving
- Open projects to explore space, pollution, turning, and moving materials
- Intro to Edison
- Driving, loops and turning with Edison
- Basic coding
- Recognize robotic components (hub, brick, motor and sensors) and how they work
- Understand various coding buttons and concepts
- Understand various mechanical models in order to complete open ended challenges
- Learn team work and how to problem solve
Location: 298 Danforth Ave, 2nd Floor, Toronto
Program Fee: $160 per month (90 minute session per week)
When: Visit our website for the current weekly class schedule and to register.
Registration is open year-round. Contact us to book a complimentary trial class!
Why Zebra Robotics?
- Small groups for more personalized instruction
- Self-paced learning
- Certified and supportive coaches
- Renowned robotics competition awards at regional, national & international levels
Benefits of STEM: Learning robotics and coding at a young age helps children learn and develop in various aspects including:
- Be great problem solvers
- Develops resilience by solving challenges
- Expands creativity and ingenuity
- Teaches critical thinking
- Expands fine motor skills
- Learn how to have fun with math
- Work as a team and collaborate
- Opens up future career interests