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Oct
17
Wed
ECA Wednesday FunNight Lego Challenge Program Phase I @ Edgemont Community Association
Oct 17 @ 6:15 pm – 7:15 pm

ECA Wednesday FunNight Lego Challenge Program Phase I – Practice:

Students learn the basic STEM concepts through building LEGO construction and practicing various corresponding experiment in an 8-week program. In each week, students are exposure to STEM topics such as Scientific Measurement, Motion and Movement, Electrical Machine and Renewable Energy etc. Phase I aims to attract students to the STEM world and also inspire them for any creative product. Although students are placed into individual workspace, they are encouraged to collaborate with partners and present their team spirit and leadership. The last week of the phase I will be an imagination session which leaves the stage for students themselves. Students are advised to design their own construction for the final ceremony. All qualified students will be awarded Play2Learn Education Lego Challenge Phase I Training certificate.

ECA Wednesday FunNight Lego Challenge Program Phase IV @ Edgemont Community Association
Oct 17 @ 6:15 pm – 7:45 pm

ECA Wednesday FunNight Lego Challenge Program Phase I

ECA Wednesday FunNight Lego Challenge Program Phase III @ Edgemont Community Association
Oct 17 @ 7:30 pm – 8:30 pm

Lego Challenge Program Phase III – Energy and Innovation:

Students gained LEGO building skill and Design ability in Phase I and Phase II will have a chance to be exposed to more energy topics to support a final innovation in Phase III. The energy topics will include Motion Energy, Solar Energy, Wind Energy, Pneumatics Energy and Kinetic Energy. Students are required to finish homework after each class. The Final Project will have to employ all experience in Energy, LEGO Design and building skill to innovate a Robot Arm. Some Programming session will be started to introduce in Phase III, aiming to make students to start a programming thinking. The final project is also a group work; students will put themselves in different role in a team. All qualified students will be awarded Play2Learn Education Lego Challenge Phase III Training certificate. The outstanding students will be invited to join the Phase IV program.

Oct
19
Fri
PBP Community Center Friday Happy Hour Lego Challenge Program Phase I @ Palliser Bayview Pumphill Community Association
Oct 19 @ 6:15 pm – 7:15 pm

Play2Learn Education LEGO Challenge Program Phase I

Students learn the basic STEM concepts through building LEGO construction and practicing various corresponding experiment in an 8-week program. In each week, students are exposure to STEM topics such as Scientific Measurement, Motion and Movement, Electrical Machine and Renewable Energy etc. Phase I aims to attract students to the STEM world and also inspire them for any creative product. Although students are placed into individual workspace, they are encouraged to collaborate with partners and present their team spirit and leadership. The last week of the phase I will be an imagination session which leaves the stage for students themselves. Students are advised to design their own construction for the final ceremony. All qualified students will be awarded Play2Learn Education Lego Challenge Phase I Training certificate.

PBP Community Center Friday Happy Hour Lego Challenge Program Phase II @ Palliser Bayview Pumphill Community Association
Oct 19 @ 7:30 pm – 8:30 pm

Lego Challenge Program Phase II – Design:

Students learn the advanced STEM concepts through building the LEGO models and practice various experiments in an 8-week program. Compared to the models employed in Phase I, the required construction will be more complex and the topic will be more advanced. Phase II requires students to work on more mathematics calculation and to do more scientific reading. Every student will have a chance to practice leadership in leading a project for both constructing and experimenting. Following the each class, students will have an assignment to finish at home. The homework is related to what students play and learn at the class, which covers Scientific Measurement and Evaluation, Power machine, and Principal Mechanical Models. Students in Phase II will have the opportunity in learning Computer Aid Design (CAD) to help them to finish the draft work for their own design. At Phase II graduation, students will finish a CAD draft and then realize the CAD design with the existing LEGO bricks. All qualified students will be awarded Play2Learn Education Lego Challenge Phase II Training certificate.

Oct
24
Wed
ECA Wednesday FunNight Lego Challenge Program Phase I @ Edgemont Community Association
Oct 24 @ 6:15 pm – 7:15 pm

ECA Wednesday FunNight Lego Challenge Program Phase I – Practice:

Students learn the basic STEM concepts through building LEGO construction and practicing various corresponding experiment in an 8-week program. In each week, students are exposure to STEM topics such as Scientific Measurement, Motion and Movement, Electrical Machine and Renewable Energy etc. Phase I aims to attract students to the STEM world and also inspire them for any creative product. Although students are placed into individual workspace, they are encouraged to collaborate with partners and present their team spirit and leadership. The last week of the phase I will be an imagination session which leaves the stage for students themselves. Students are advised to design their own construction for the final ceremony. All qualified students will be awarded Play2Learn Education Lego Challenge Phase I Training certificate.

ECA Wednesday FunNight Lego Challenge Program Phase IV @ Edgemont Community Association
Oct 24 @ 6:15 pm – 7:45 pm

ECA Wednesday FunNight Lego Challenge Program Phase I

ECA Wednesday FunNight Lego Challenge Program Phase III @ Edgemont Community Association
Oct 24 @ 7:30 pm – 8:30 pm

Lego Challenge Program Phase III – Energy and Innovation:

Students gained LEGO building skill and Design ability in Phase I and Phase II will have a chance to be exposed to more energy topics to support a final innovation in Phase III. The energy topics will include Motion Energy, Solar Energy, Wind Energy, Pneumatics Energy and Kinetic Energy. Students are required to finish homework after each class. The Final Project will have to employ all experience in Energy, LEGO Design and building skill to innovate a Robot Arm. Some Programming session will be started to introduce in Phase III, aiming to make students to start a programming thinking. The final project is also a group work; students will put themselves in different role in a team. All qualified students will be awarded Play2Learn Education Lego Challenge Phase III Training certificate. The outstanding students will be invited to join the Phase IV program.

Oct
26
Fri
PBP Community Center Friday Happy Hour Lego Challenge Program Phase I @ Palliser Bayview Pumphill Community Association
Oct 26 @ 6:15 pm – 7:15 pm

Play2Learn Education LEGO Challenge Program Phase I

Students learn the basic STEM concepts through building LEGO construction and practicing various corresponding experiment in an 8-week program. In each week, students are exposure to STEM topics such as Scientific Measurement, Motion and Movement, Electrical Machine and Renewable Energy etc. Phase I aims to attract students to the STEM world and also inspire them for any creative product. Although students are placed into individual workspace, they are encouraged to collaborate with partners and present their team spirit and leadership. The last week of the phase I will be an imagination session which leaves the stage for students themselves. Students are advised to design their own construction for the final ceremony. All qualified students will be awarded Play2Learn Education Lego Challenge Phase I Training certificate.

PBP Community Center Friday Happy Hour Lego Challenge Program Phase II @ Palliser Bayview Pumphill Community Association
Oct 26 @ 7:30 pm – 8:30 pm

Lego Challenge Program Phase II – Design:

Students learn the advanced STEM concepts through building the LEGO models and practice various experiments in an 8-week program. Compared to the models employed in Phase I, the required construction will be more complex and the topic will be more advanced. Phase II requires students to work on more mathematics calculation and to do more scientific reading. Every student will have a chance to practice leadership in leading a project for both constructing and experimenting. Following the each class, students will have an assignment to finish at home. The homework is related to what students play and learn at the class, which covers Scientific Measurement and Evaluation, Power machine, and Principal Mechanical Models. Students in Phase II will have the opportunity in learning Computer Aid Design (CAD) to help them to finish the draft work for their own design. At Phase II graduation, students will finish a CAD draft and then realize the CAD design with the existing LEGO bricks. All qualified students will be awarded Play2Learn Education Lego Challenge Phase II Training certificate.