Let’s Learn and Play – STEM – Jr. Robotics

The Let’s Learn and Play – Children STEM Educational Series – Jr. Robotics is designed to teach and inspire our next generation of technologists and engineers. Children will learn engineering and programming skills via interactive play. The series is open to children aged 5 – 15.

The Let’s Learn and Play –Children STEM Educational Series – Jr. Robotics is designed to teach and inspire our next generation of technologists and engineers. Elementary school children will learn engineering and programming skills via interactive play. The series is open to children aged 5 – 9.

Class Information

Ticket costs includes course materials, class t-shirt and fun pack.

Location: 5260 Griggs Rd, Houston, TX 77021

Date: 06/15/2019

Time: 1:00pm – 4:00pm

What is STEM?

STEM is a curriculum based on the idea of educating students in four specific disciplines — science, technology, engineering and mathematics. STEM revolutionizes the way we teach by integrating each of these disciplines into a cohesive learning paradigm based on real-world applications.

What Will the Children Learn?

Technical skills

Learn skills like coding, computer skills, electronics and robotics in a play and learn format.

Innovation

We teach children to create, invent, prototype and encourage ideation.

21st Century Skills

Learn soft skills, teamwork, critical thinking and technology literacy

Real World and Career Preparation

Discover and hone talents and skills for today’s work environment and landscape

What Courses of Study Will the Series Introduce?

Coding in Scratch

Virtual Reality Programming

Introduction to HTML, JavaScript and CSS

Introduction to Engineering

Drone Coding

Robotic Engineering

Game Building

STEM Careers

Engineer

Technology Analyst

Architect

Designer (industrial, interface, graphic)

Software Developer

Web Development

Information Security Analyst

For more information about 21st Century Challenge: New Educational Paradigm, visit 21stcenturychallenge.com or like our Facebook page @21st

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