STEAM Robotics & Coding Competition International Camp

AGES

13 - 18

SKILL LEVEL

Beginner–Advanced

PATH

Coding, Robotics

Overnight program

 

Check-in: Sunday 6pm
Checkout: Friday 3–4pm (varies by site)
Tuition, Room, and Board

 

From $1,399+ /per week Session

(all meals & accommodation included)

TOOLS

Vex Robotics V5, VEX Coding Studio, Makeblock Robotics

Accommodation:

Host Family, in USA

Dormitory of International School, in CHINA

Meals:

Breakfast, lunch, and dinner are included and take place may vary by location.

Once you’ve enrolled, please notify us of any special dietary needs, and we’ll do our best to accommodate you.

Locations:

San Diego, CA, USA

China:

Chengdu

Shenzhen 

Guangzhou

Getting connect to become the NAYTEA STEAM Camp Regional Partner

Email: sf@naytea.org

 

In this course, you will:

  • Use proper gear ratios to create speed or torque

  • Implement analog and digital sensors to accomplish tasks

  • Identify programming control structures

  • Participate in robotics challenges similar to popular robotics competitions

 

Your tuition includes:

  • Customized at-camp curriculum from NAYTEA STEAM robotics instructors

  • Video footage of robotics challenge

  • Mix Class with American local students

  • Official NAYTEA diploma + course transcript

  • Limited edition NAYTEA Tech t-shirt

  • International Robotics Competition

  • Experienced licensed STEM instructors from San Diego School district

Schedule/ day

DAY1.

Arrive camp site, check in dorm or meet with host family.

DAY4.

0900-1200: Project 2.4: Mechanical Gears: Bevel Gear, Worm and Wheel, Leadscrew, Rack and Pinion, Universal Joint, Chain Drive, Crank and Slider, Cam and Follower
1200-1300: Lunch Break

1300-1630: Project 2.4: Pull Toy Construction: Design Brief, Decision Martrix, Design Process Solution

DAY7.

Departure

DAY2.

0900-1000: Orientation & Ice Breaker


1000-1200: Intro to Engineering


1200-1300: Lunch Break

1300-1630: Engineering Notebook, Building with VEX (hangout), Basic Building Activity

DAY5.

0900-1200: Survival Challenge: Design Brief, Decision Matrix, Design Process Solution, Presentation


1200-1300: Lunch Break

1300-1700: Building a Sandwich, Robot Behaviors and Writing Pseudocode

DAY3.

0900-1200: Observing Mechanisms, Gear Ratio, Torque vs. Speed 1200-1300: Lunch Break

1300-1700: Mechanical Gears (sample gear train)

DAY6.

VEX Competition Day:

0900-1200: Introduction to Robotic for VEX: Build Test Bed, Practice Programs, Debugging, Coding Challenges


1200-1300: Lunch Break

1300-1530: Automation Through Programming&

Team Project Presentation

1530-1630: Graduation & Certificate of Completion