The Robotics Summer Intensive at Berkeley Carroll is open to students entering grades 7-9 who have a strong interest in robotics or engineering, and are looking for a fun challenge to kick off their summer break. Students will attend morning lessons on various robotics principles such as circuits, Arduino microcontrollers, and C++ Programming. The second half of the day will be entirely devoted to tinkering and testing, as students make their way through an array of progressively more difficult robotics challenges, incorporating the skills and knowledge learned from lessons.
The entirety of the camp will take place in Berkeley Carroll’s brand new, state-of-the-art Beta Lab (with some lessons possibly moving outdoors), and be guided by the Lab’s Engineer-in-Residence, Ryan Byrne. The structure of the course will be as follows:
Make it Shine!
Students will learn how to properly wire a circuit
Make it Blink!
Incorporating Arduino into circuits
Make it Dance!
Learning how to control and program servos
Make it See!
Using sensors to provide feedback to the Arduino
Make it Yours!
Student will work on an independent project
The Berkeley Carroll School
181 Lincoln Place, between 7th Avenue and 8th Avenue
Brooklyn, New York
June 24-28, 2019
9:00 am - 3:00 pm
Open to students who will be entering grades 7-9 in September 2019.
There is a very limited number of spots for each session and registration is on a first-come, first-served basis. Early enrollment is strongly recommended. A 20% deposit must be submitted at the time of registration. The balance is due on May 1, and families registering after May 1 will be asked to submit full payment.