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Neurodiverse Robotics has partnered with PAFN to deliver a robotics program consisting of four workshops for individuals with exceptionalities who would like to explore Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM). Participants will have the opportunity to build, program, and participate in a challenge with VEX robots in a fun, engaging environment.
The workshops are for individuals with exceptionalities, who will have either completed or be entering grades 8-12. However, this a general guideline and we are open to accepting participants who may be younger or older.
The workshops are completely free and held at the Pacific Autism Family Network (PAFN) Richmond hub, located on 3688 Cessna Drive, V7B 1C7.
Stay tuned for 2024 dates!
Robotics Workshop Schedule
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Robotics Program Itinerary
Day 1: Introduction to the program. Participants will begin building their robots using a set of instructions to follow along while being encouraged to incorporate their own mechanisms.
Day 2: Participants will continue building their robot. On this day, programming will be introduced through a brief lesson.
Day 3: Participants will complete the building and programming aspects of their robot.
Day 4: The robotics program will conclude with an exciting competition for participants to test their robots.
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