This program includes the following three workshops:
This workshop explores science “essentials”— ideas and thinking tools necessary for science learning. Good thinkers listen or read carefully and question whether what they see or hear is true and accurate. This habit of questioning and evaluating the value of any claim is called critical thinking. In this workshop, students will discover what science is, how scientists think critically, recognize and minimize cognitive bias, how to apply the scientific method, and how to design a controlled experiment. Throughout the workshop, students will explore the basic concepts of measurement, probability & statistics, forces, motion, and waves and more complex concepts including matter, energy, heat, light, basic chemistry, cosmology, evolution, climate & environment.- all while encouraging investigation skills.
Introduction to Coding & Robotics
During this workshop, students will use algorithm design languages, including SCRATCH, JAVA Script, and PYTHON to create interactive games. With the LEGO®️ MINDSTORMS®️ EV3 kit, students design and build programmable robots using high quality motors, sensors, gears, wheels, axles, and other technical components. Students will design, build and program their robots using creativity, critical thinking, collaboration, and communication skills. The course motivates students to plan, predict, test, problem-solve, analyze, and explore.
Introduction to Digital Photography
This workshop covers basic concepts and practice of digital photography, including understanding and use of the camera and will address technical, aesthetic and expressive concepts as they relate to composition, space, exposure, light and color. Students will also learn tools and tricks available to photographers through Adobe’s Photoshop Elements, an entry-level photo editing software. Students will learn to adjust brightness and contrast elements, correct skin tone, adjust depth of field, cropping, color casting, black & white effects, adding text, creating collages, and a wide range of pop art, motion, reflection, background, meme and aging effects.
When: Wednesdays, 16:00-17:00
Fall/Winter Semester: 300,00€
Winter/Spring Semester: 400,00€
Year-long Subscription: 650,00€