KTBYTE Robotics Club is an in person mini-class in the form of club activity. Students will get to work with Arduino, an electronics computer platform based on easy-to-use hardware and software. This advanced level is for students who continue from the intermediate level or new students 11-14 years old who have enough experience with Arduino. It will meet for 8 classes. Students in this class will further learn Arduino through an independent-project based curriculum. After some brainstorming, each student will create their own Arduino project and will spend the session building upon it using sensors and code. The class is focused on the independent aspect, where students are expected to work on the bulk of the projects by themselves, and come in for a 1 hour class per week to ask questions and get guidance from the teacher. At the end of the session, several students in the class who have created excellent projects will be selected to present at the prestigious Cambridge Science Festival in April.
All of our Robotics club programs are led by our very own, award-winning KTBYTE Teaching Assistants.
There are no make-up courses for missed sessions.
Requirements: Students need to bring their own laptop. Basic materials are covered, but students may need to purchase additional kits to bring home. The instructor will tell students which kits to purchase on the first day of class.
RS03 or permission of instructor