Daedalos Enrichment Programs was founded in 2014 by Ana and Barish Golland, in Vancouver, B.C., Canada. Both Ana and Barish have a combined 20+ years of experience teaching in K-12 education, Learning Technology and using LEGO® Education in the classroom. Together they have two wonderful children, Lourdes and David, whose creativity and constant desire to learn are their joy and inspiration!
To help children think critically and logically
To develop problem-solving skills
To promote collaboration
To equip children with transferable technical skills
To foster creativity & inspire curiosity
To help children be comfortable with tinkering – prototyping, testing, etc.
To help children appreciate that the process is more important than the outcome
Grades 1-3 (WeDo 1.0, 2.0, NXT)
WeDo 1.0: Beginner Robotics for Grades 1 - 2
At Daedalos Academy, Introductory Robotic Systems introduces students to basic design and computer programing using mechanical and electronic parts including motors, gears and sensors integrated with LEGO® bricks. The curriculum covers STEM topics: science, technology, engineering, mathematics, as well as language arts learning outcomes. Although the course is designed for students Grades 1 to 2, mature Kindergartners are welcomed between January and June.
WeDo 2.0: Young Engineers for Grades 2 - 3
The new LEGO® Education WeDo 2.0™ is an amazing tool for introducing students grades 2 to 3 to basic engineering, robotics and programming, while incorporating a wider range of important science topics such as recycling, forces of nature, and others.
Science based guided projects include: Pulling, Speed, Robust Structures, Frog’s Metamorphosis, Plants and Pollinators, Prevent Flooding, Drop and Rescue, Sort and Recycle, and much more.
Grades 4-8 (Mindstorms, VEX)
Mindstorms: Robotics and Programming for Grades 4 - 8
Our Robotics + Programming courses are for Grades 3-8 students who are interested in designing and programming robots using the LEGO Mindstorms Education NXT and EV3 sets.*
The students work in pairs, and the learning activities include they will take part in include:
Working in pairs to design and modify simple to complex machines and robots
Brainstorming solutions and come up with a plan to program their robot using LAB View Visual Drag-and-Drop Interface to complete various challenges, usually surrounding a theme (such s recycling, space exploration, natural forces, and disasters, etc)
Collaborating effectively as a team to optimize their robot to participate in friendly contests, races, and challenges, including SumoBot Wrestling, Capture the Flag, and Jousting Tournaments.**
During Spring and Summer Camps, students will also be working through extensive projects such as Stair Climber, Color Sorters, and Tankbot, among others.
We offer two Robotics Spring Break Camps: March 18-22, 2019 and March 25-29, 2019
Classes will take place at University Chapel (UBC).
9:00 am - 3:00 pm from Monday to Friday
Grades 1-3 (WeDo 1.0, 2.0, NXT) - Robotics Camp: $449
Grades 4-8 (Mindstorms, VEX) - Robotics Camp: $449
HALF DAY MORNINGS 9am-12pm - Grades 1-3 (WeDo 1.0, 2.0, NXT) - Robotics Camp: $225
Early Bird Discount until Dec 31
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