Summer 2019-Detailed Schedule

High School Robotics/Inventing/Entrepreneurship Program

Last Updated: March 10, 2019

Details are planned, but subject to adjustment.

Price $1,000 per student for program 9AM to 5PM.  Optional after camp activities $100. per student  – Some discounts for country organizer may be provided.  Price includes a volunteer requirement of 20-30 hours per student.

Leading Edge Games, Summer 2019 World Robot Olympiad, High School Open Competition
Location: Cal-State University, Long Beach (unless otherwise stated)
Dates: July 24th – August 3rd
July 24th 4PM-9PM Check-in
July 24th 6PM-9PM SMART CITIES: Speakers and sharing
July 25th 9AM-5PM Makerspace Skills Learning: Tools, Equipment, Techniques
July 26th 9AM-3PM LEGO(r) Serious Play: Exploring the Question and Considering Solutions
July 27th 9AM-5PM Teams work to develop their prototypes and presentations with mentors on their problems. Trained Volunteers staff Makerspace
July 28th 9AM-3PM Teams work to develop their prototypes and presentations with mentors on their problems. Trained Volunteers staff Makerspace
July 28th 4PM-9PM High School Students volunteer with incoming Elementary/Middle High School students
July 29th – August 2nd 9AM-3PM Open Competition High School Students work in scheduled volunteer shifts with other elementary/middle and high school students and on their prototypes and presentations at other times. Focus on the Digital Video Production Lab.
July 29th – August 2nd 3PM-5PM Brickpreneur-Students work on creating an activity, product or skill to demonstrate for the All About Bricks: Smart Cities Festival
July 29th – August 2nd After Camp Students either assist with cleanup, the after-camp experience or work with mentors on the next day’s activities.
August 3rd 9AM-5PM WRO Qualifier and Multi-National Invitational
August 3rd 10AM-3PM All About Bricks & Smart Cities Festival

Elementary/Middle-Robotics/Inventing/Entrepreneurship Program

Price $1000 9AM-5PM After camp experiences $100 per student.

To assist with country organization and chaperon expenses, special pricing is provided to the first15 students from any country who also participate in after-camp experiences.

 

Last Updated: March 13, 2019

Details are planned, but subject to adjustment..

Leading Edge Games, Summer 2019 World Robot Olympiad, Elementary (All) Middle (All), High School (All except Open)
Location: Cal-State University, Long Beach
Dates: July 28th – August 3rd
July 28th 4PM-8PM Registration and check in for those staying at CSULB.
July 29th 9AM-Noon Welcome Ceremony and Introducing the Problem. Micro – Expo. (a rotating series of displays is presented throughout the training week)
July 29th – August 2nd 9AM-3PM Breakout Activities: LEGO Serious Play Activities. Brainstorming and ideation for the Smart Cities question. Robotics Training. Interfacing the LEGO robots with the Arduino. Time for teams to work on activities together.
July 29th – August 2nd 3PM-5PM Brickpreneur-Students work on creating an activity, product or skill to demonstrate for the All About Bricks: Smart Cities Festival
July 29th – August 2nd Optional After Camp Specific activities to be planned.
August 3rd 9AM-5PM WRO Qualifier and Multi-National Invitational: Host: WRO-USA Organizer Will Wong
August 3rd 10AM-9PM All About Bricks(free & ticketed) & Smart Cities Festival (Free)

 

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