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2017 Robotics in STEM

GameStudio at Boise State University is pleased to announce that it will be holding Robotics Summer Camp 2017. GameStudio is a research institute of the Dept. of Educational Technology @BSU. This camp has organized a three-week long Robotics Summer Camp.

In this camp, each student would make their robots using Lego EV3 kits and they will learn how to make programs which make the robots move, make sounds and say some words! After students are get used to manipulate their robots, they will have many mathematical and entertaining activities with the robots. By making robots by themselves and doing various activities with robots, students will improve their creativity and problem-solving ability. This camp is geared toward grade 3-7 students who seek to learn Robotics with robot related games that are lots of fun. Through this camp, participants will be able to grasp an understanding of the concept of robot and programming skill to make robots move, make sounds, and say words. Our pursuit of this program eventually is to improve our students’ creativity and problem-solving ability by making robots and programs by themselves.

Are you looking for a fun, stimulating way to learn robotics skill? Come to join us!

  • June 5 – June 23, 2017. Mon-Friday 8:30am-10:30am
  • Boise State University Education Building #220
  • Camp tuition will cost $235 for 3 weeks. Scholarships available based on need.
  • Class size is limited. Only full payment guarantees your child’s reservation.
  • Contact us for details: gamestudio.boisestate@gmail.com 

June 6 MonJune 7 TueJune 8 WedJune 9 ThuJune 10 Fri
Introduction to RobotsRobot Assembly (1)Motion & Vision ControlMotion Control (Turn & Wait)Robot Competition (1)
June 13 MonJune 14 TueJune 15 WedJune 16 ThuJune 17 Fri
Motion Control (Ramping & Timer)Robot Assembly (2)Motion Control (Proportional Control)Robot Competition (2)Programming the Robot (1)
June 20 MonJune 21 TueJune 22 WedJune 23 ThuJune 24 Fri
Collaborative AssemblyAdvanced Motion Control (Gyro sensor)The Turntable ChallengeThe LEGO Factory Robot ChallengeThe Maze Runner

Your check should arrive at the below address by May 1.

Dr. Youngkyung Baek
Department of Education Technology
Boise State University 1910 University Dr.,
Boise, ID. 83725-1747

All other inquiries to gamestudio.boisestate@gmail.com

A discount rate of $390 is available for students who register for both of ‘Robotics in STEM’ and ‘Scratch in STEM’ camps and for more than two members from one family.