TrevonMoehrig Branch

TrevonMoehrig Branch

Dhakail, Dinajpur

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Students learn engineering and leadership and computer programming while having fun with robots. They need to build a model of a city. The skills involved require collaboration. Each member is given a leadership role for a particular section of the city. Likewise, they all engineer different parts of the robot. Parts can be removed and replaced so many different attachments need to be created. The students need to complete LEGO First League-Like missions to score points. They go out and perform specific tasks within the wall of their city. They plan and create the tasks within the city they designed. The students can decide how many points this particular mission is worth. One student can design a particular mission and will serve as the leader for the rest of the group for this particular facet of the project. When other teams come to visit this city the mission leader will explain the parameters of the task and explain how points will be awarded. Each group will make a final presentation explaining how their city was designed and how project missions were devised. Project leaders will choose how to share their information. The students learn how to design, plan and build their cities. They learn about the thought processes needed to design the most functional infrastructure. They are required to make room in their plans for at least one bridge, some body of water, and all the most important government edifices to complete the best city they can design.Trevon Moehrig Branch students use robots to learn the basics of C and C+ programming. It may not always be fun to learn to code until you play with a robot. The ROBOTC language uses processing and commands that are almost identical to the “C” code that programmers use across the world. These courses and classes ensure that they will become experts at using technology.  Young programmers will have fun while they discover how to make their robot move around a robotic challenge board. Discovering today's answers requires the problem-solving skills of computer programmers. This is a great introduction to the world of computer programming. Kids have tremendous fun engineering and coding with their robots.  Join us for this fun STEM Class. New locations throughout Maryland. They learn leadership skills and have fun engineering, programming, and coding Lego and Tetrix robots. They engineer cities and take turns serving as the leader of a particular facet of their project. They engage in fun sumo robotic competitions using Bluetooth-controlled robots. They also compete in robot soccer events. These STEM classes are all over Maryland. Science, technology, engineering, and mathematics are more crucial than ever. The world needs people that can program and code. Kids learn to make videos and use Lego Mindstorm robots as well as Tetrix robots. We have several kids camps throughout the summer.
 

Education:

Students learn engineering and leadership and computer programming while having fun with robots. They need to build a model of a city. The skills involved require collaboration. Each member is given a leadership role for a particular section of the city. Likewise, they all engineer different parts of the robot. Parts can be removed and replaced so many different attachments need to be created. The students need to complete LEGO First League-Like missions to score points. They go out and perform specific tasks within the wall of their city. They plan and create the tasks within the city they designed. The students can decide how many points this particular mission is worth. One student can design a particular mission and will serve as the leader for the rest of the group for this particular facet of the project. When other teams come to visit this city the mission leader will explain the parameters of the task and explain how points will be awarded. Each group will make a final presentation explaining how their city was designed and how project missions were devised. Project leaders will choose how to share their information. The students learn how to design, plan and build their cities. They learn about the thought processes needed to design the most functional infrastructure. They are required to make room in their plans for at least one bridge, some body of water, and all the most important government edifices to complete the best city they can design.Trevon Moehrig Branch students use robots to learn the basics of C and C+ programming. It may not always be fun to learn to code until you play with a robot. The ROBOTC language uses processing and commands that are almost identical to the “C” code that programmers use across the world. These courses and classes ensure that they will become experts at using technology.  Young programmers will have fun while they discover how to make their robot move around a robotic challenge board. Discovering today's answers requires the problem-solving skills of computer programmers. This is a great introduction to the world of computer programming. Kids have tremendous fun engineering and coding with their robots.  Join us for this fun STEM Class. New locations throughout Maryland. They learn leadership skills and have fun engineering, programming, and coding Lego and Tetrix robots. They engineer cities and take turns serving as the leader of a particular facet of their project. They engage in fun sumo robotic competitions using Bluetooth-controlled robots. They also compete in robot soccer events. These STEM classes are all over Maryland. Science, technology, engineering, and mathematics are more crucial than ever. The world needs people that can program and code. Kids learn to make videos and use Lego Mindstorm robots as well as Tetrix robots. We have several kids camps throughout the summer
 

Experience:

Students learn engineering and leadership and computer programming while having fun with robots. They need to build a model of a city. The skills involved require collaboration. Each member is given a leadership role for a particular section of the city. Likewise, they all engineer different parts of the robot. Parts can be removed and replaced so many different attachments need to be created. The students need to complete LEGO First League-Like missions to score points. They go out and perform specific tasks within the wall of their city. They plan and create the tasks within the city they designed. The students can decide how many points this particular mission is worth. One student can design a particular mission and will serve as the leader for the rest of the group for this particular facet of the project. When other teams come to visit this city the mission leader will explain the parameters of the task and explain how points will be awarded. Each group will make a final presentation explaining how their city was designed and how project missions were devised. Project leaders will choose how to share their information. The students learn how to design, plan and build their cities. They learn about the thought processes needed to design the most functional infrastructure. They are required to make room in their plans for at least one bridge, some body of water, and all the most important government edifices to complete the best city they can design.Trevon Moehrig Branch students use robots to learn the basics of C and C+ programming. It may not always be fun to learn to code until you play with a robot. The ROBOTC language uses processing and commands that are almost identical to the “C” code that programmers use across the world. These courses and classes ensure that they will become experts at using technology.  Young programmers will have fun while they discover how to make their robot move around a robotic challenge board. Discovering today's answers requires the problem-solving skills of computer programmers. This is a great introduction to the world of computer programming. Kids have tremendous fun engineering and coding with their robots.  Join us for this fun STEM Class. New locations throughout Maryland. They learn leadership skills and have fun engineering, programming, and coding Lego and Tetrix robots. They engineer cities and take turns serving as the leader of a particular facet of their project. They engage in fun sumo robotic competitions using Bluetooth-controlled robots. They also compete in robot soccer events. These STEM classes are all over Maryland. Science, technology, engineering, and mathematics are more crucial than ever. The world needs people that can program and code. Kids learn to make videos and use Lego Mindstorm robots as well as Tetrix robots. We have several kids camps throughout the summer
 

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