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iD Programming Academy: Summer Programming Camp for Teens
Love programming, engineering, or robotics? Spend 2 weeks with other Teens who share your interests. Interact with industry pros and engage in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) education. Courses: iPhone/iPad/Android App Dev, Java for the AP Exam, or Modding/Programming with Minecraft. Guaranteed small classes (max 8:1). Students can earn Accredited Continuing Education Units.
Meet Teens from all over the world, collaborate with people who share your same interests as you immerse in app development, programming, or robotics engineering. During this 2-week immersive, pre-college summer program, you’ll interact with industry professionals and build a portfolio. We guarantee small class sizes (max 8:1), and courses are taught by top-tier instructors who have degrees in the field and impressive backgrounds. There’s never been a better or more important time to engage in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) education.
Held at prestigious universities nationwide. This includes UT Austin, Yale, Stanford University, MIT, UNC-Chapel Hill, Princeton, UCLA, NYU, American, and Lake Forest College (in the Chicago area).
Accredited Continuing Education Units are also available from Stanford or Villanova to demonstrate that you’ve completed course content with college level difficulty. You’ll also have access to year-round learning opportunities with free monthly online workshops as well as iD Tech 365 – an online subscription service where students learn from tech tutorials, compete in gaming tournaments, and stay connected through community forums.
Fun, challenging courses let you choose from a variety of programming interests:
• iD Programming Labs 101
• iPhone and iPad App Development – Objective-C & Xcode
• Google Android App Development with Java
• Java Programming for the AP Exam
• Modding & Programming with Minecraft
• Robotics Engineering & Coding
iD Tech Camps is the leading summer technology program, featured yearly in esteemed publications like the New York Times, Wall Street Journal, and Businessweek, as well as on networks including CNN, the Today Show, and other national TV news stations.
OTHER SUMMER PROGRAMS
Want more? iD Tech Camps offers weeklong app development, programming, robotics, and technology summer programs for ages 7-17 located at 60 prestigious universities in 26 states (www.internalDrive.com). Additional Teen Academies include iD Visual Arts Academy (filmmaking and photography) and iD Gaming Academy (www.iDTeenAcademies.com).
Visit www.iDProgrammingAcademy.com for more information and to register online (check real-time-up-to-the-minute-availability). Or call 1-888-709-TECH (8324) to speak to a Program Advisor. Flexibility! Enroll now and make changes up until 3 weeks before the start of your session without penalty fees.
True Robotics Experience. Workshops run by a year-round robotics institution for Grade 3 to 12. Robotics Engineering for kids and development of indispensible Computational Thinking Skills are our ultimate goal and strength which we have delivered since 2005.
*****Who is Storming Robots?*****
Storming Robots Technology Learning Lab is a year-round robotics learning center for Grade 2 to 12. Robotics Engineering for kids and development of indispensible Computational Thinking Skills are our ultimate goal and strength which we have delivered since 2005.
We take robotics education to the level of technical challenge not commonly present in grade schools levels.
*****Achievement & OutReach*****
- Received high standing and winning in multiple robotics competitions since 2008.
- Was invited to represent USA at the World RobocupJunior Tournament in 2009 and 2010.
- Won World Title for USA at the 2012 RobocupJunior World Tournament held Mexico: Third Place of the RobobSoccer League, and First Place of the RoboDance Super Team League.
- Our high school roboclub students, along with their alliance team from Maryland and Florida, won the 2011 MIT/NASA ZeroRobotics USA Championship, which has their software running on a satellite up on the International Space Station.
- Honored to be robotics education partner of the National Robotics Week Council.
- Technical consultant for an engineering project for the NJ Governor School of Engineering in 2011.
- Technical consultant for a Pre-College Day Engineering session at the Rutgers University.
Check out our achievement at our website teams(dot)stormingrobots(dot)com.
*****Characteristics of the summer robotics camp *****
- Build robots from scratch. Virtually, no two robots will be identical.
- Stress on strengthening 3D Spatial Skill.
- Most workshops involve 30% building, 70% on software design and programming.
- Learn behavioral based programming to bring their robots alive as command
- Learn flowchart as part of design phase
- Record technical journal
- Facilitates novice to highly experienced
- Weekly themes. Can sign up for one to multiple weeks.
- Groups :
o Gr. 2 to 4
o Gr. 4 to 6
o Gr. 7-11
***** Platform *****
- LEGO Mindstorms
- Arduino and others
- Robolab and/or RobotC
- Open Source C programming
Robotics Summer Camp at The College of New Jersey
Fundamentals and Advanced Robotics Camp sessions at The College of New Jersey. Campers have a competition and win awards at the end of each session. Campers can sign up for one or both sessions.
High School sophomores and juniors are invited to apply for an intensive 1 week or 2 weeks summer Robotics Camp offered by the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at The College of New Jersey (TCNJ), and sponsored by the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), the Association for Computing Machinery (ACM) and GameX.
The intent of the camp is to motivate the most creative minds of a new generation of prospective Electrical and Computer Engineers to become global leaders in an increasingly technological world. The program aims to create a community of students who participate in and contribute to an intensive and powerful academic experience delivered by distinguished educators and professionals.
Camp participants will be introduced through a residential College academic experience to the exciting field of Electrical and Computer Engineering, and will learn topics not traditionally taught in High Schools such as Microcontroller Programming, Sensing Systems, Digital Electronics, Computer Vision, Virtual Simulations and more.
The participant will work with Electrical and Computer Engineering students and professors, and interact with professional engineers from the Industry.
TCNJ offers a superior learning environment, and these experiences take place in specialized laboratories.
Glen Ridge FIRST brings nationally-acclaimed Camp Invention’s INNOVATE weeklong summer program to students entering grades one through six this summer.
Created in partnership with the National Inventors Hall of Fame and the United States Patent and Trademark Office, this exciting, weeklong adventure in creativity immerses students in imaginative play that reinforces and supplements school-year learning in the subjects of Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM).
Students work together to seek innovative solutions to real-world problems at Camp Invention’s INNOVATE program. Students sharpen critical 21st century learning skills such as teamwork and creative problem solving as they rotate through four modules each day that disguise learning as fun.
In the Power’d™ module, students will assemble their own motorized creatures and bring them to life while helping a mysterious scientist explore alternative energy.
The role of economics in the world is explained through the guise of a virtual world, whose marketplace needs to be rebuilt in the Hatched™ module.
In the I Can Invent: Launchitude™ module, student expedition teams will explore physics, entrepreneurship and invention through hands-on challenges.
Finally, in the Geo-Games™ module, students combine physical activity and creativity, while practicing teamwork, cooperation, coordination and creative problem solving during fun, energetic games.
Little Ivy Academy: RealScience! Summer Crossroads
We invite your elementary school child to join us for summer days filled with Real discovery, Real hands-on science and Real fun during Little Ivy Academy’s 2013 Summer Crossroads: RealScience! summer day camp programs.
Welcome to Little Ivy Academy's Summer Crossroads: RealScience! summer day camp programs.
Our Summer Crossroads programs each have limited class sizes to provide your child with a robust, small-group summer day camp experience. We will process registrations on a rolling admission basis until each camp session is full. Additional registrations will be placed on a wait list, and we will contact you in the event your registration is wait-listed.
Below are our 2013 summer camp programs, exclusively for children who will be entering 3rd, 4th or 5th grade in September. . .
+ LET'S GET ANIMATED! ---Instead of spending a summer week on the sofa just watching cartoons and playing video games, what if your child could actually spend a week actively discovering how they can create their very own animated story. . . and bring it to life on their computer screen?
Let’s Get Animated! will launch your child’s imagination into action as they set out to create and animate their own interactive, animated story, all while learning the basics of the age-appropriate Scratch programming language developed at MIT’s cutting-edge Media Lab— and with plenty of time for traditional, outdoor day camp activities, too
From programming the moves of their avatar character, through adding in sounds and colors, to creating basic user interactions, each day will be filled with opportunities for your child to advance their story and further develop their Scratch programming skills.
+ BIG FLING! --- Once upon a time, the ancients discovered the science and engineering of how to move things through space using machines. Now, it is your child’s turn!
Big Fling! will lift your child’s curiosity to new heights as they discover for themself all of the forces at work behind machines that pull, roll, lift. . .and yes, even machines that fling! Each day of camp will provide opportunities for your child and their fellow campers to build, test, tinker and enhance their very own simple machines—with plenty of time for traditional day camp activities, too.
As you may have guessed, each day’s project will build toward week’s end, all of which will culminate in . . . a big fling where teams of campers will build and launch their own catapult creations.
Saint Peter's University Summer Scholars Program
Offered from July 8-12, the Summer Scholars program offers three courses: Summer Science in the City, Robotics Boot Camp, and Global Leadership and the United Nations. The session is held from July 8-12.
Each summer Saint Peter’s University offers outstanding high school students who have finished their freshman year the opportunity to participate in our Summer Scholars Program— an intensive in-class and field-trip-based experience where you learn from full-time Saint Peter’s University professors and experience the richness of college life.
This program offers students an intensive one-week learning experience that emphasizes student involvement and hands-on training — through laboratory experiments, computer simulations, meetings with UN officials — so that students learn to put their course knowledge into action.
Robodyssey Robotics Summer Camp Program
The Robodyssey Summer Camp provides a stimulating combination of class challenges, robot mechanics, and guided tutorials to introduce young adults to computer science and robotics
The Robodyssey Summer Camp Program provides a stimulating combination of class challenges, robot mechanics, and entertaining guided tutorials to introduce children and young adults to the endless possibilities of computer science and robotics. The Robodyssey Summer Camp Program is a one-week program that runs weekdays from 9:00 AM until 3:00 PM Monday through Friday, from June 27 through August 26. Open to students fifth grade and up.
Robots and Hardware are provided - Nothing additional to buy.
Computers, software and classroom materials are provided.
Program Staffed by Experienced Instructors.
Students use "Real” university grade, Autonomous, Programmable Robots.
Students learn at their own pace with our “Self-Guided Software Tutorial”.
Students learn real world programming skills in Microsoft Visual Basic
Robot Assembly An introduction to robot mechanics and motion
Software Operation Learn the basics of a compiler and its operation
Motion Control Use Loops to control motion
Complex Motion Learn all about subroutines
Analog to Digital Learn how to convert analog data to digital.
Obstacle Avoidance Use real world data to make computer decisions
Fear of Heights Teach your robot how to protect itself
Turret Construction Give your robot eyes that move
Blind Bot’s Bluff A maze challenge: program robot to navigate a minefield of robot swallowing holes.
Desktop Challenge I Explore and navigate obstacles on a desktop.
Desktop Challenge II Same as Challenge I but with eyes that can look around.
Last Bot Standing Be the last Robot remaining on platform
Daily Demonstrations Walking, Talking, Emotional, robots
Program Walking Robots Program a six-legged walking robot!
Introduction to Electronics Breadboard electronic circuits and integrate with robotic controller
Some of the Programming Terms Learned:
Debug.Print GetADC Delay Call If – Then
PulseOut Dim Do - While Cstr Do – Loop
David Peins, M.Ed., Director - Founder and President of Robodyssey Systems, LLC robotics manufacturer and provider of educational robotics programs for high schools and universities nation-wide; Founder and President of Central Jersey Robotics Club; Over 25 years teaching experience; Developed educational curriculum for teaching electronics around robotics; Electronics Teacher at a Science and Engineering High School program
Brian Patton: Vice President, Robodyssey Systems; Inventor; Author; Developer of educational robotics systems; Holder of multiple patents; Former Research Scientist with local pharmaceutical specializing in Laboratory Robotics; currently involved in community Science Education Programs.
For more information about the Robodyssey Summer Camp Program, visit robodyssey on-line and click on "Summer Camp."
To speak with someone about scheduling a session please call Robodyssey at 609-585-8535
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