San Diego-based Robolink announced this week new, virtual camps that teach children skills in coding, robotics, artificial intelligence (AI) and more.
Robolink virtual camps and after-school programs create projects and activities designed for individual and group work with personal attention from an instructor, the company said.
Recommended camp activities include:
- Game Development – program a flappy bird-style game or create a platform game in Python
- Robotics – castle crash or clean up the coral reef with a virtual VEX IQ
- Drone Programming – learn coding with Robolink’s CoDrone Mini in Blockly or Python
- Artificial Intelligence – learn how artificial intelligence is used in game design
Children are taught by Robolink certified instructors, who have successfully gone through an extensive training program. Trained to engage students with methods that aid children to retain long-term knowledge, instructors are placed with students where they are best suited to engage their skills and interests. In addition to the camp, parents will have access to a portal that tracks their child’s progress.
To register and learn more about the virtual camps, visit: https://shop.robolink.com/pages/stay-at-home-camps.