UCF Camp Connect

We had the pleasure of working w/ UCF Camp Connect this summer. Every year UCF hosts various STEM related camps, workshops, and activities for K-12 students. From their website: “Camp Connect is a week-long day camp that introduces students to a variety of engineering disciplines such as Electrical, Computer, Industrial, Mechanical, Aerospace, Civil, Environmental, Construction,…

STEM Night @ OSS

Last night we participated in Orlando Science School Elementary‘s “Family Technology Night.” This time we brought along an IR sensing teddy bear. The kids (and parents) really enjoyed seeing how cool/hot they were – and learning about different parts of the electromagnetic spectrum. We presented the following exhibits: IR camera connected to Raspberry Pi 3…

STEM Night @ PHA

We joined The Parke House Academy for their STEM night this year. They had LEGOs, a human-powered snowcone maker, Code-a-Pillars, plastic bottle boats, an IR camera, block-coding, etc. We presented the following exhibits: IR camera connected to Raspberry Pi 3 Kano Pixel Kit w/ various custom programs CSFirst block coding Lightbot simple electronics circuits (button…

Girls Coding Club @ OSS

We had the honor of working with Ashlynn Christian and her Girls in Coding Club at Orlando Science Schools Elementary for a few months this year. Most of the girls are in 3rd grade, and they used Google’s CS-First to create custom stories and complete specific challenges. The learned about input, events, loops, and moving…

Help w/ Unity Games

Full Sail University student volunteers Brennan Rodriguez, Matt Moody, and David Crane help students at Winter Park High School with their Unity 3D projects, under the guidance of technology teacher Kent Wenger. Brennan and Matt also prepared various slide presentations and tutorials, and demoed them to students. After the presentations they walked around and answered…

Teacher Appreciation

One of our Parke House Academy 5th graders gave us a handmade card and a hug today 🙂 Teaching is the best job in the world 🙂 Thank you to university volunteers Pablo Bernal-Alarcon and Mike Lillo for taking the time to help kids code!