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July 05 - 08, 2022

Robocoding and Survival Science

Lincoln Middle School • 1250 Fernside Blvd. AlamedaCA  94501 Organized by Alameda Education Foundation $25 instant refund on this event with gift card.
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Coding without a computer? It’s the best way to start! This program gives students a hands-on introduction to the fundamentals of both coding and robotics, allowing them to build and execute programs in the real world! With award-winning Cubelets kits, students combine robotic cubes–each with their own unique function–to create machines that can light up, move, and interact with the world around them. Students gain an in-depth understanding of fundamental concepts like inputs, outputs, and processing, and discover how simple building-blocks can come together to perform more and more complex tasks. Emergencies can happen at any time! While the odds of being lost or stranded outdoors are pretty low, knowing what to do in an emergency is important. As survivalists, students learn exactly what to do in an emergency through the team-based study of real-world survival skills. From investigating the utility of tools to working through challenging situations, over this course, learners use ingenuity to gain crucial skills such as knot tying, water purification and compass navigation. Bringing STEM to the great outdoors, instructors love the hands-on, interactive and collaborative curriculum. With each thrilling activity, students gather their senses, put their new skills to the test and conquer every challenge Mother Nature throws their way!

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July 05 - 08, 2022

Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday

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Lincoln Middle School

1250 Fernside Blvd. AlamedaCA  94501

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