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K-12 Workshop: Parents, Kids, and LEGOS. Tufts U., Mass. March 6

Date: March 6, 2010, 9:00-12:00. Level: Grades K-12. Location: Tufts University CEEO on the Medford Campus. Cost: $75

legoTufts University Center for Engineering Education

Parent and Child Workshop

On March 6, 2010, Parent and child teams will build and program their own LEGO inventions. There will be challenges for experiences and new users. Cost: $75

Download registration form here. Contact Elissa Milto (elissa.milto@tufts.edu) with questions.

CEEO programs are designed to give students the chance to participate in individual and small-team design projects while fostering an understanding of the design process and related principles. Students  use LEGO bricks and accompanying icon-based software as they design, build, and program their robotic creations. Although the program is educational, we want the children to enjoy themselves and have fun. Instructors are a collection of CEEO staff with engineering, education, and child development backgrounds, and Tufts engineering students.

Tufts University Center for Engineering Education and Outreach,  474 Boston Ave., Curtis Hall – Basement, Medford, MA 02155

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