RoboCamp, or programming for the youngest

RoboCamp, or programming for the youngest

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Learning through play is the only effective way to transfer knowledge. When it additionally concerns popular fields, which are assessed as extremely future-oriented, it is difficult to want anything more.

RoboCamp is a half-camp or semester class, during which children design, program and build robots using Lego blocks and computers. In this way, they broaden their knowledge in valuable areas - mathematics, computer science, physics, history, biology, geography, astronomy.

RoboCamp is very popular. "Unfortunately, the classes have a significant advantage of boys, which is a pity, because girls are great at learning programming," explains Wojciech Syrocki, one of the originators of RoboCamp. RoboCamp is an original, award-winning project.

Small groups and two instructors

The advantage of RoboCamp are small groups participating in classes in semester courses or during holidays and vacations.

The classes are attended by 8 to 12 children aged 6 to 14 under the care of two experienced constructors working with children.

Where are the classes held?

RoboCamp classes are available in the following cities:

  • In Warsaw,
  • Gdansk,
  • Elblag
  • Slupsk
  • Koszalin
  • Kolobrzeg,
  • Torun,
  • Września
  • Kalisz,
  • Zielona Góra,
  • Lodz,
  • Czestochowa,
  • In Warsaw,
  • Radom,
  • Lublin,
  • Kielce,
  • Radomsko
  • Zamosc
  • Swidnik,
  • Krakow
  • Zakopane,
  • Katowice
  • Wroclaw
  • Kędzierzyn Koźle.

RoboCamp is a great proposition for young engineers, stimulating the imagination and opening new, previously unavailable to children opportunities.