Robotics Classes in Markham

CAROBOT-Learning

CAROBOT Learning is a centre for kids age 8-14 in Markham and the GTA to indulge their love for science, technology, engineering, arts, and math (STEM/STEAM) through the use of robotics. Robotics is an ideal learning experience for elementary school and middle school students to develop their interest in pursing a science and engineering related career.

Students in our robotics course learn a range of design and programming concepts to create their own state-of-the-art robots. Using the latest technology found in University Computer Science/Engineering lab around the world, our course prepare our students for the future.

At the end of our course, students get to participate in a final contest where they can showcase their robotics skill and inventions to fellow students and to the public.

Come join the fun!

Come visit our OPEN HOUSE on Sep 17 from 10:30AM-1PM at the Milliken Mills Library Classroom.

Robotics Class Level 1 (Age 8-14)

8-12-ClassesThis hands-on robotics program will introduce students to the basics of real-life robotics and programming on the computer. Students will learn basic electronics (motors, sensors, etc.), mechanical design concepts and robotics theories. Through a series of challenges of increasing complexity, students will build-up their logical thinking and reasoning abilities as well as problem solving skills. Arduino, a popular open-source (C/Java), interface will be used as the programming platform. Upon completion, students would have acquired a solid foundation of robotics, electronics, and programming concepts. (More Details)

 


Robotics Class Level 2 (Age 8-14)

1928 (1)This hands-on robotics course will continue the real-life robotics and programming concept students learned in Robotics Class Level 1. In this course, students will learn more complex electronics such as sensors and wireless communication components, advanced programming and advanced robotics theories. Through a series of challenges of increasing complexity, students will build-up their logical thinking and reasoning abilities as well as problem solving skills. Arduino, a popular open-source (C/Java), interface will be used as the programming platform. Upon completion, students would have acquired a solid understanding in sensory, robotics, wireless communication, and programming concepts. (More Details)

 


小露寶 創意空間 (Classes Descriptions in Chinese)

 

Robotics Class (Angus Glen Community Center)

Class Date:

  • February 25, 2017 (Saturday) 10:30am – 12:30pm
  • March 4, 2017 (Saturday) 10:30am – 12:30pm
  • March 11, 2017 (Saturday) 10:30am – 12:30pm
  • March 18, 2017 (Saturday) 10:30am – 12:30pm

Classes at:

Angus Glen Community Center
3990 Major Mackenzie Dr E
Markham, ON L6C 1P8
Canada

Please contact Markham Public Library for more detail.