KidsTech Fall

Fall Program

  • Discovery.  Exploration.  Critical thinking.  Problem solving.  And fun!
  • Flexible program design featuring 20 hours of instruction each month
  • Saturdays and after school Mondays or Wednesdays or Fridays
  • Hands-on learning.  Amazing instructors.  Challenging paced curriculum.
  • More details below.   

Calendar

Exciting Courses!

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Cool Coding: Python

Learn the core coding language that is one of the leaders in the programming world today, Python Coding

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Mindstorm Robotics

Build magnificent machines with sensors, mechanical arms, pulleys and motors to code, drive, spin, crash and battle

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Radical Robots

Spheros Robots rock and roll with your new, programing skills when you code them with JavaScript.

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Engineering Design

Dive into the world of designing robotic vehicles and incredible structures. Creative and critical thinking mixed with crazy fun

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Mighty Microcomputers

Meet the raspberry pi! Discover several coding options to create and perform tasks with this mighty machine

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Totally Awesome Tech

Virtual Reality, Artificial Intelligence, Augmented Reality technologies are everywhere. Jump into the adventure!

Build your Own Computer

 Learn how to build your own computer and take it home!  This camp is developed specifically for each attendee.  

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GenCybersecurity

Security fundamentals, networking, reconnaissance testing, attacking, cryptography,  and combating vulnerabilities,

Coming Soon!  Spring 2020 

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Dazzling Design

Photoshop, Computer Aided Design/CAD, 
HTML coding and CSS Principles 

Coming Soon! 
Holiday Camp and Spring 2020

Camp Details

  • Each KidsTech camp starts on the first Saturday of the month*
  • Core instruction = 8 hours. Kids meet on 4 Saturdays 12:00 PM – 2:00 PM 
  • FlexTech instruction = 12 hours. Students choose 4 FlexTech sessions offered on Mondays or Wednesdays or Fridays 3:00 PM – 6:00 PM. 
  • All materials, computers, robotics are provided in camps.
  • Kids may bring their own computers clearly marked with names. Items brought to GenTech are at the risk and responsibility of the owners.
  • Snacks are provided.  Kids may also bring their own snacks
    (Please do not bring soda, peanuts or candy) 
  • Mark names on water bottles and lunch bags please. 

*Except August

  • Instructors are qualified technology proficient GenTechs, Computer Science College Majors, Information Technology mentors, Engineers or Arizona Certified Technology Teachers. 
  • GenTech teaches to the Arizona Computer Science standards:
    ADE Computer Science
  • GenTech is a member of International Society Technology Education:
    ISTE for students
  • GenTech holds membership in ASEE: American Society of Engineering Education, CTE: Career & Technical Education, and sponsorship in CodeDay, The Arizona Computer Science Initiative, Arizona SciFest, and STEAM Education.  

Education Partnerships

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