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Details

This camp is specifically designed younger children and seeks to teach STEM, programming, and computer science concepts and skills in a fun & engaging setting using Scottie GoSam Labs, and micro:bit .  Students will also enjoy pleanty of unplugged outdoor activities and hands-on STEAM experiments, projects, and demos bring the learning to life.

 

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ScottieGo is a tile based game that uses mobile devices or tablets to interpret the code blocks that children build to solve puzzles and challenges.  It is especially great for kids using programming technology for the first time as typing and operating System interface skills are not required to start learning programming concepts.  Kids use physical tiles to decompose problems and create solutions step by step, which are then scanned using the camera on a mobile device or tablet. The resulting “code” looks like Scratch. The computer then interprets and displays the results in a game-like format.  Kids enjoy the feeling of accomplishment of helping Scottie the robot navigate increasingly challenging tasks while learning about loops/repeat, functions, positive/negative numbers, and if/then conditionals

 

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Sam Labs blocks are utilized in combination with tablet computers to solve puzzles and challenges.  With the sensor and actuator components in the Sam Labs kit, kids experience rapidly turning their ideas into physical action.  Kids will enjoy many creative challenge that require them to think about expressing a problem in cause and effect terms. Like Scottie Go, a key feature of Sam Labs is to enable kids to learn technology problem solving concepts without having typing or programming syntax skills With micro:bit students can apply foundational programming skills to implement a simple microcontroller into Lego designs and hands on tinkering projects. They will build and create unique designs that are enhance with interactive sensors response programs that activate programmable flashing lights, custom sounds, and motion.

 

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With micro:bit students can apply foundational programming skills to implement a simple microcontroller into Lego designs and hands on tinkering projects. They expand their programming skills beyond tiles or flow coding into MakeCode block programming environment (based on Scratch programming).

 

 

Skills You Gain

  • Problem Solving  
  • Intro to Programming (Phsical Tiles > Flow > Code Blocks)
  • 3D Design
  • Tinkering & Prototyping
  • Intro to Physical Computing with Electronics   

 

Technology

Scottie Go

Scottie Go

Microbit

Micro:bit

SamLabs

SamLabs

3D Printing

3D Printing

 

Camp Details

Extended Morning (Optional)
8:00-9:00     STEM themed activity/free play for those who added early arrival

Morning Session:
9:00-10:30    Teacher lead activity/course
10:30-11:00   Snack Break
11:00-12:30   Teacher lead activity/course

Afternoon Session:
12:30-13:30   Lunch
13:30-15:00   Unplugged activity (Nerf blaster, rocket launching, drone flying, water balloons, etc. held outside- weather permitting)
15:00-15:30   Snack Break
15:30-17:00   Teacher lead activity/course

Extended Evening (Optional)
17:00-18:00   Free play or additional project for those who added late pick up
Standard Course Fees:The course fee depends on the number of hours you select and includes all necessary software, subscriptions and hardware required for use in class unless otherwise stated.
Full Day Option (9h-17h): 900 Chf
Half Day Option (9h-12h30): 450 Chf

Optional Extended Day Fees: Optional extended day available for an additional add-on fee of 25 Chf per hour.
Early arrival (08.00-09.00)
Late pick-up (17.00-18.00)

Sibling Discount: 30Chf (per child) to be credited to all invoices for simultaneously enrolled siblings (for full-time courses, otherwise proportionate).

Add Optional Lunch: A catered lunch option for Full Day Campers is available for free. Alternatively, campers can bring their picnic lunch from home. 

Minimum group: A minimum of 5 students is required to start the course.
Junior STEAM

 

  Ages 7-9      
 Course Level Beginner  
 Course Language EN (DE supported)   
 Enrollment Open to all students    
Status Fully booked / Deadline expired
Date 29/06/2020 – 03/07/2020
Time 09:00 – 17:00
Weekday Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri
Camps 5 Camps
Place ARCADIA Bildungscampus
Weisse Gasse 6
4001 Basel Stadt
Contact TechLabs
Luftmattstrasse 3
4052 Basel
Tel. 0041788470555
www.techlabs.ch
E-mail info@techlabs.ch

Basel | Junior STEAM Lab | Summer Camp Week- June 29

Add early arrival (8-9am)
22.06.2020 08:00

Add early arrival (8-9am)

Free
125.00 CHF - 5 Mornings
Add Catered Lunch
29.06.2020 12:30

Add Catered Lunch

Fully booked
0.00 CHF - 5x Catered Lunch
Add late pick up (17-1800)
29.06.2020 17:00

Add late pick up (17-1800)

Free
125.00 CHF - 5x Late Pickup