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F.A.Q. about Tech & Design Club - Robotics/Inventing

Why Youth Tech & Design Club programs?


Robotics, programming, building, creating, inventing, engineering are all aspects of Take 1 Academy's Tech and Design Club programs.  Children will learn skills needed to become successful candidates for not only technology jobs but for any job requiring creativity. Many of these skills are cross-transferable into many other disciplines such as sports, music, performing arts, academics, engineering, etc...

  • Technical - Computational thinking, coding, electronics

  • Problem Solving - Critical thinking, creativity

  • Communication - Video and live presentations, journaling

  • Empathy - Learn about issues facing the world around them

  • Social - Collaborate and build meaningful relationships with their peers.

  • Grit - Practice is the key to unlocking potential

  • Building - hands on creating physical prototypes with power tools

Team format allows for group collaboration and practice for optional future participation in youth robotics and technical competitions.

What days of the week are available?


5:30pm to 7:30pm - Inventing

10:00am to 12:00pm - Robotics

1:00pm to 3:00pm - Inventing

How many people per session class?

16 max


How are the age groups split up?

Students will be placed into groups based upon age and skill level.

Do I have to be good at math?
This is a common misconception, the robotics program may actually inspire students to strengthen their weakness if it was math.

Who is the coach?

Coach Ed Soriano co-founded Take 1 Academy and has been teaching and coaching children since 2013. He believes in inspiring children and giving them the tools to become successful in life. He also believes it is important for children to gain exposure to modern learning techniques and technology usually not found in most schools. Access is the key to authentic opportunities for youth success. Coach Ed has been in infrastructure technology for more than a decade and still continues to be active while pursuing his passion to helping children succeed.

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