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Free Explore Robotics & AI with NASA (Ages 9 – 16)
December 12, 2020 @ 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm
An event every day that begins at 2:00 pm, repeating until December 31, 2020
“Welcome to Create & Learn Open Classes!
We invited industry experts from Google, Apple, Pixar, Roblox, NASA and more, to show children exciting state-of-the-art technologies and how they are applied in the real world – and they are specifically designed to be kids-friendly!
About this video:
In this video, your child can also join our Online Open Class with industry experts from Google, Apple, Pixar, Roblox, NASA and more. Is your child fascinated about space travel and going to Mars? With the recent NASA and SpaceX launches, we are getting closer everyday to calling space our new home? 🚀 But there are huge challenges. Many simple things become very difficult in space, like talking to someone in space. In this fun event, your child from Grades 4-10 will meet Dr. Frank at NASA to explore how humans and robots can work together to explore outer space. Join to learn more about how NASA uses computer science to solve the many challenges in going to Mars.
Speaker: Dr. Jeremy Frank – Group Lead at NASA
Online small-group coding classes:
Besides these free online events, we also offer online small-group classes for Grades 2-9 on coding, AI, data science, robotics and more, designed by Google and Stanford experts. Kids love our classes because they will not learn from a video or machine, but interact with our experienced CS teachers. Choose an interesting class for your child and have fun learning coding and more!
We look forward to seeing you in our classes. Thank you!”