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Digital Kids Camp 2022 (April)

Duration
5 Days
Starting Date
April 19, 2022
Time
8.00am - 12.30pm
Fee
ANG 125,-
Status
Confirmed
Location
N/A
 

Empower your child, prepare them to be the future tech leader

Turn your child’s interests into real-world STEM skills. We are focused and committed to learning your kids the best future-prove skills.

And show the most efficient and best way to use their own devices!

What is special about our curriculum?
We follow a fun and interactive approach where kids can play and learn at the same time. Kids are encouraged to follow their passion and ideas to solve problems around us.
Why do we focus on STEM Robotics?
STEM focuses on creating outstanding projects using the interconnection and interdependence between the major disciplines, Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics. STEM Robotics makes use of hardware and software collaboration to build projects which are solutions to real-world problems
Will the kids design and build their own projects?
Yes, kids & Teens are encouraged to design and build their own projects. After every workshop, they get the opportunity to design and build a custom project with the help of their tech-teacher.
Do my kid need a laptop or tablet to participate?
We encourage every participant to have a tablet or laptop in order to benefit the most from each workshop! Make sure the name of your kid is written on their devices.
What are the benefits of coding for kids?
Coding helps kids improve logic, problem-solving abilities, decision making, persistence, algorithmic and abstract thinking
Why should kids learn robotics at a young age?
Technologies like Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning are quickly picking up and Robots are expected to replace traditional jobs sooner than expected. Does this mean humans would be jobless in the future? Well, many of our kids could if we don’t prepare them to meet the needs of the future.
Do my kid receive a certificate ?
Yes, each kid will receive a certificate of participation at the end of the workshop.
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