Students are provided laptop computers, programming software, LEGO® Construction Kits, motors, sensors as well as direct instruction by highly qualified and NYS Certified Teachers. Working in teams of two, young students design their own solutions by building LEGO® models along with programming them to perform certain tasks. In this real world context, students learn engineering principles and professional practices with learning correct vocabulary, terminology, and functionality of all physical elements and electronic components; students program If-Then, Wait-For, Repeat Statements, etc. with individually building & programming physical models for completing PBL tasks along with, (required) commenting on all coding and sharing out design thinking, debugging, and strategic innovation. Students self-initiate collaboration & teaming/cross-teaming with further developing 21st century skills throughout this comprehensive Robotics Unit of study.

While students will be completing individualized Programming Tasks, they will also be working in teams of two and, may wish to enroll with a friend or relative, to specifically partner with. If this is the case, please note the requested partnership on the (required) Learning Styles Inventory Form posted below – thank you!

CODE OF CONDUCT:

Designed for students, entering Grades 2 through 4, who perform well in school with no behavioral concerns that could impact his/her ability to participate in an academically rigorous course requiring application of high-level computer programming and problem-solving skills, sustained attention to detail with completing specific assignments and project challenges, along with effective student collaboration & teamwork with innovating solutions to the problems they are posed.

ONLINE REGISTRATION for Summer Camps is now OPEN!

WAIT-LISTED Students: we’ll do our best to get you in (please contact us):

Our Summer 2017 Camp Sessions for this specific course are posted below. Since our summer courses typically fill up and close out quickly, contact camps@vistateach.biz to be WAIT-LISTED in the event your child is closed out of any of our camp sessions.

TO REGISTER: Click directly on a specific Camp Session below:

AC Session #1 June 26-30 – 10:00 am to 12:00 pm, SESSION FILLED!

AC Session #2 July 3, 5-7 – 9:00 am – 11:30 am, SESSION FILLED!

AC Session #3 July 10-14 – 10:00 am to 12:00 pm, SESSION FILLED!

AC Session #4 July 17-21 – 10:00 am to 12:00 pm, SESSION FILLED!

Location: Allendale Columbia School, 519 Allens Creek Road, Rochester
Ages: Students Entering Grades 2 – 4, Fall 2017
Cost: $165.00

WeDo Intro Camp Procedures

REQUIRED FORMS – Please complete & return after registering your camper:

AUTH AND REL _AC – Be sure to do a SAVE AS prior to filling in!

LS_WeDo Intro – Be sure to do a SAVE AS prior to filling in!

For an optional, full-day camp experience, campers can bring their lunch and register for the Supervised Lunch Program along with, registering for other exciting afternoon and full day camp programs as well as, Before & After Care Programs offered through the Allendale Columbia School Summer Camp Programs.