2020 Robotics Summer Camp Registration
This summer, we are excited to offer two sets of robotics camps:
Our CoderZ Virtual Camps are 3-week, entirely virtual programs utilizing the CoderZ online platform, which allows students to program a virtual robot in a simulated physics environment, and provides them with a number of challenges. CoderZ is developed by Intelitek and made available for free during the COVID-19 pandemic thanks to a donation from Amazon Future Engineer. Students will work through parts of the CoderZ curriculum with teaching and guidance from NASA IV&V staff and interns.
Our CoderZ virtual camps are available for Elementary, Middle, and High School students and will be run twice, first from June 8-26 and again from July 13-31.
Our hands-on robotics camps are 4-5 day programs focusing on fundamental building and programming skills, games, and fun challenges. Each camp will provide information on age appropriate competitions and how to get involved and stay engaged in robotics. Camps are staffed by NASA staff and college interns sponsored by the IV&V Facility and the WV Space Grant Consortium, and hosted at partner sites across the state.
This year, we're offering two age groups to extend our camps to younger learners.
Ages 6-8, 9AM-12PM LEGO WeDo 2.0 and Coding Express
Ages 9-14, 9AM-4PM LEGO EV3, VEXIQ, and RAD
Our hands-on camps will either be conducted face-to-face, with appropriate class sizes and social distancing, or will be run as "hybrid" camps. In a hybrid camp, we will deliver sanitized robot kits to the host city at the beginning of the week, students will complete the camp curriculum in their homes with remote guidance from camp staff, and return the robot kits at the end of the week.
Given the complex and evolving nature of the COVID-19 pandemic, the decision to run the hands-on camps under the face-to-face or hybrid model will be made on a camp-by-camp basis according to local, state, and national guidance, and in consultation with our host sites.
Space is limited.
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