• 3272 Motor Av. Suite J, Los Angeles, CA
  • (424) 523-3132
  • 3272 Motor Av. Suite J, Los Angeles, CA
  • (424) 523-3132

STEAM Bot J.R.

Age 5 - 6

The classes are designed to be a fun way to teach dimensions, polygons, angles edges and faces. We will introduce simple math with counting and even and odd numbers. The student will learn about beginning programming, ciphers and codes. The different phases of the materials, how the magnets work, and the state of equilibrium.  We will introduce the basic circuitry and blink a LED, then we will do a circuit project to introduce input, control and output. Kids will also develop their fine motor skills and creative thinking.

 

Learn to Code with Scratch

Ages 6 - 8

Scratch was created by MIT and was designed to introduce programming to young people. No experience with programming is needed. It's easy to get started with Scratch because kids learn to program with color coded blocks; No typing required! That means the emphasis is on problem solving and creativity. Students will make their own games and animations. Class are conducted in limited access Zoom meetings.

 

Minecraft Mastery with Java Edition

Age 6 - 8

Learn computer literacy and digital design with Minecraft!  Students will customize their game experience while learning how a computer organizes data into files and folders. Learn about computer logic with Minecraft's redstone circuits. Learn digital design to create artwork for your own resource pack and more!  Online classes are conducted with an exclusive Minecraft server and limited access Zoom meetings.

 

Minecraft Modding with Java Edition

Age 9 - 11

Create your own mod for Minecraft Java Edition.  Learn how the code and assets of a major game title are organized.  Learn basic concepts of object oriented programming while learning about the syntax of the popular Java programming language.  Classes are conducted in limited access Zoom meetings.

 

Creative Coding with Processing

Age 9 - 11

Do you want to be a game designer? Ever wonder how video games work? Students will learn computer science and programming skills in the context of game design and interactive visual programming. Students will use the java programming language and the Processing platform to create their projects. Processing provides an easy way to get something visually appealing and interactive with just a few lines of code. Of course Processing and Java are flexible and scale-able enough to build something elaborate as well.  Classes are conducted in limited access Zoom meetings.

 

Programming Fundamentals with Python

Age 9 - 11

 This class focuses beginnning computer programming using the Python language.  Python is a good choice for young learners because of its easy to read syntax.  Learn about variables, operations, functions and how data is organized into lists, dictionaries and tuples.  Classes are conducted in limited access Zoom meetings.

 

Unity

Unity Game Development

Age 11 and up

Take your games into the 3rd dimension with Unity. Students will learn the basics of 3d game creation, including the use of models, coordinates in 3 dimensions and scripting. Scripting will be done in the C# programming language. Students will create a game in the popular Unity editor. Make games that can be played on Microsoft Windows or Mac OSX.

 

Math with Python Programming

 Age 11 and up

This class will build on students' programming skills and apply programming to what they are learning in their Math and Science classes.  Visualize data with graphs and solve equations using the Python programming language. Classes are conducted in limited access Zoom meetings.

 

Computer Science with the C Programming Language

  Age 11 and up

The C programming language is been around a long time and is still the language of choice for systems programming.  Because C can be used to directly control computer hardware, it is an ideal language to use in an exploration of how computers work on the inside.  Students will use the C language to write programs that explore how programms use computer memory, how a process is launched and how data is organized on a computer's drive.  Classes are conducted in limited access Zoom meetings.

 

Program your robot (VEX IQ)

Age 9 and up

Using RobotMesh studio, the online robotics design tool from Robotmesh.com, students will learn fundamentals of programming for robotics competition.  Topics such as servo-motors, sensor input and drive trains will be covered.  Class are conducted in limited access Zoom meetings.

 

Intro to RoboMesh (VEX IQ)

Age 8 and up

RobotMesh studio provides an easy to use web interface for designing robots with virtual Vex IQ parts.  Students will be introduced to CAD (Computer Assisted Design) and 3-D modeling. Classes are conducted in limited access Zoom meetings.

 

Intro to CAD

  Age 11 and up

The CAD class is designed to focused on introduce 2D & 3D Computer-Aided Design (CAD), Geometry concepts, and Critical Thinking skills. We will be using the popular Autodesk Fusion 360, it can connect the entire product development process into a single CAD / CAM / CAE cloud-based platform. The students can go from design concept to making products more quickly and efficiently. We will also be spending time teaching engineering fundamentals. The CAD program can be used on both PC and Mac.

 

3-D Printing using Auto Desk Fusion 360

  Age 11 and up

The CAD/3-D Printing project is designed to introduce 2D & 3D Computer-Aided Design (CAD), Introduction to 3D Printing, Geometry concepts, and Critical Thinking skills. The class will be using the popular Autodesk Fusion 360, it can connect the entire product development process into a single CAD / CAM / CAE cloud-based platform. The students can go from design concept to making products more quickly and efficiently. We will also be spending time teaching engineering fundamentals. The CAD program can be used on both PC and Mac, with Android and Apple apps for anytime, anywhere access.This class consists of Daily exercises and an individual 3D Printing project that they will be able to keep after the sessions.

 

Intro to Circuitry and Microcontrollers using Arduino

Age 8 and up

Do you want to learn how to make programmable electronic gadgets? Starting with building circuits and controlling LED lights students will work their way up to more advanced projects such as making an electronic musical instrument, creating a reaction timer, making an alarm system and controlling electric motors.  It's a great way to learn about electronics and programming at the same time.  Build and program your own creations.  Students will need to purchase a Super Starter Kit Uno R3 Project from elegoo.com.  Classes are conducted in limited access Zoom meetings.

 

Barnabas bot

Barnabas-Bot

Age 8 and up

This introduction to robotics class provides an opportunity for young students to learn Science, Technology, Engeneering, and Math in a fun and engaging manner. Students will be introduced to circuit building, micro-controller programming, and 3D-printing as they build a fully-functioning  robot of their own. Every robot will be different, as your child designs his/her own robot's apperance and behavior. Best of all,everyone gets to keep their completed robot at the end of clas

s!

VEX IQ

VEX IQ

Age 6 - 11

VEX IQ curriculum offers twelve flexible units of instruction lessons. The project-based units instill proper engineering practices from an early age, while maintaining the fun and excitement that comes from playing with VEX IQ. Whatever your elementary and middle school STEM education needs may be, the VEX IQ Curriculum is a learning tool that will excite and inspire your students. An additional goal of the VEX IQ curriculum is to prepare students to compete in official VEX IQ competitions.

 

VEX EDR

Age 8 and up

VEX EDR students will walk through the design and build a mobile robot to play a sport-like game. During this process they will learn key STEM principles, and robotics concepts. This curriculum teaches the design process in an engaging, hands-on manner to help teachers challenge, motivate, and inspire their students.  By moving students through an actual engineering project, students quickly understand the relevance of what they are learning. Like with the VEX IQ curriculum, students will prepare for VEX EDR competitions.

 

Ledo WeDo

Age 7 - 11

Lego WeDo is a learning solution that brings together technology, curriculum and hands-on work, and is aligned with key educational standards and learning objectives.The project-based activities included in the curriculum pack help build science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) knowledge while incorporating lessons in language arts. Working in pairs, your students will utilize their skills to create moving models, all while enhancing their creative and problem-solving abilities.

 

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