LEGO Mindstorms EV3 Robotics & Engineering STEM Academy – St. Louis Location
For FIRST robotics coaches and educators! New to FIRST LEGO robotics and don’t know where to start? Bring your own robot and we’ll do the rest. Experience fun and motivating activities, inspired by missions from a variety of resources. Learn from a student’s perspective, while reflecting on and sharing learning approaches, tips and tricks, and diverse applications in your classroom. Gain ideas for how to facilitate engaging, hands-on lessons that support your students to achieve learning goals and boost their 21st century skills. Enable them to become critical thinkers by growing their creative problem-solving skills and fostering team collaboration. We will provide guidance in planning robotics lessons and prepare you for coaching your team using LEGO Education inspired teaching materials and approach to learning. End the week fully prepared to implement LEGO MINDSTORMS EV3 robotics and coach your robotics team.
Instructor: Brian Keller, 4th grade teacher, Edgar Road Elementary School, B.A. Education, M.A. Education and Innovation. Mr. Keller previously taught 4th and 5th grades at Mallinckrodt Academy, SLPS. He has coached numerous FIRST LEGO League teams, taught robotics camps at the Ranken Summer Adventure Academies, and developed robotics programs at both Edgar Roads and Mallinckrodt Elementary Schools.
When/Where: June 17-21, 2019, 8AM–4PM, Ranken Technical College, 4431 Finney Avenue, St. Louis, MO
Registration Fee: $25 (NON-REFUNDABLE); lunch will be provided daily.
- Applications will be reviewed on a first-come, first-served basis.
- Your registration fee of $25.00 is NON-REFUNDABLE.
Educators interested in this learning opportunity may:
- Earn graduate credit from Lindenwood University (fees apply);
- Benefit from a quality instructional experience, hands-on demonstrations from experienced faculty, and supplemental take-home materials.
Please read this form and indicate your acceptance of its terms by checking the box at the bottom of the attendee information form.
For more information, contact: Barbara Bragg, Director of STEM Pathways Development, at (314) 286-4822 or [email protected]