Apex Mosque is excited to announce an *Arduino (Robotics) Course*. The program will be for Middle School students and the students will learn electronics and coding using Arduino UNO, an open source microcontroller used in robotics, smart home systems, prototyping, and many other fields. It is popularly used for robotics education because it is easy to learn and fun.
-Digital and Analog Sensors
-If else statements
The course is planned to be 7 weeks / 2 hours per week. The first 4 weeks will be the instructional classes. The last 3 weeks the students will create their own projects. At the end of the program the projects will be displayed and chosen projects will be sent to Maker Fair, and other science fairs and robotics competitions according to the project’s topic.
The students that finish the course will be awarded with certificates and will be able to move to the next level. The levels planned include:
Level 1: Smart Homes and Cities (this course)
Level 2: Robots (Line followers, maze…)
Level 3: Drones
The first course will begin on June 28th and will be from 6.30-8.30pm (no course on 4th of july week). The course will be $40 for the entire 7 weeks. Students should bring their computers, other materials will be provided.
*To sign up contact YouthProgramsApexMosque@gmail.
If you have any other questions contact 919-593-1597
About the instructor:
Merve Rida Bayraktar is a rising freshman at UNC Chapel. She has been working about coding and robotics since 9th grade. She was the leader of Turkey Youth Foundation Technology Team in 2016-2017 and has been chosen to Turkey National Technology Team in 2017. After moving to America she has continued her robotics work in Green Hope Robotics Team as the Outreach Leader. She has founded Pink STREAM initiative to encourage more girls in science, technology, robotics, engineering, arts, and math. (Visit www.pinkstream.org for more information)