STEM CAMP 2024

STEM is a curriculum based on the idea of educating students in four specific disciplines: Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics. STEM integrates them into a cohesive learning paradigm based on real-world applications.

STEM MODULES

Animation

Children can create characters and make them move, just like in our favorite cartoons. Animation is about bringing pictures or drawings to life. It involves creating moving images or cartoons by showing a sequence of pictures very quickly. It’s used in movies, video games, and other media to tell stories or make things look more interesting.   

Virtual Reality

Using computer technology to create a simulated environment that is believable, interactive, computer-generated and explorable.

Innovation/Electronics

Here the child taps into their creativity and imagination to make things better and more exciting. It’s like being an inventor and finding new solutions to everyday problems, making the world a more interesting place! It involves thinking creatively to improve existing products, services, or ways of doing things to make them more useful, efficient, or enjoyable.

Programming

The child designs and builds special machines called robots which perform tasks automatically. We can program robots to perform tasks like picking up objects, or moving around.

Lego Robotics

Introducing solar robot kits that can roll, crawl, and are powered by the sun.

Electronics with Smart Home Automation

A safe and fun way to introduce participants to the basics of electrical engineering, introducing the use of smart plugs and switches, for voice control of Alexa and Google Home.

Drone Technology

A comprehensive introduction to drone building and flying, covering essential concepts, practical skills and safety measures.

FAQs

About STEM Camp 2024

The age groups are 7- 11 and 12-17 years.

A: There are two (2) cycles. The duration for each cycle is three (3) weeks.
Cycle 1: July 8 – July 26
Cycle 2: July 29 – August 16

Classes will be held Monday to Friday from 9 am to 3 pm.

  •  Animation
Children can create characters and make them move, just like in our favorite cartoons. Animation is about bringing pictures or drawings to life. It involves creating moving images or cartoons by showing a sequence of pictures very quickly. It’s used in movies, video games, and other media to tell stories or make things look more interesting.      
 
  • Virtual Reality: Using computer technology to create a simulated environment that is believable, interactive, computer-generated and explorable.
  • Innovation/Electronics
    • Here the child taps into their creativity and imagination to make things better and more exciting. It’s like being an inventor and finding new solutions to everyday problems, making the world a more interesting place! It involves thinking creatively to improve existing products, services, or ways of doing things to make them more useful, efficient, or enjoyable.
  • Programming
    • The child designs and builds special machines called robots which perform tasks automatically. We can program robots to perform tasks like picking up objects, or moving around.
  • Lego Robotics
    • Introducing solar robot kits that can roll, crawl, and are powered by the sun.
  • Electronics with Smart Home Automation: A safe and fun way to introduce participants to the basics of electrical engineering, introducing the use of smart plugs and switches, for voice control of Alexa and Google Home.
  • Drone Technology:  A comprehensive introduction to drone building and flying, covering essential concepts, practical skills and safety measures.

The cost of the camp is $1,000.00

Interested persons can sign up online via the following link:  STEM Registration Link 

Payment options include cash payment and Direct Deposit.
• Cash payments are to be made at the Accounts Department at TITL.
• You can also deposit your payment to First Citizen Bank (FCB), Account No. 1789665 to Tobago House of Assembly- Tobago Information Technology Limited. You are then required to email a copy of the receipt to education@titl.tt.

The camp will be held at the Tobago Information Technology Limited, Signal Hill, Tobago

Refreshments are not included; however, there is a cafeteria at the location.

You can call 639 – 1987 Ext. 110– Academic administrator or 211. You can also email the department at education@titl.tt

Yes. Laptop, Android Device (Phone or tablet)

One (1) week before the cycle starts.)

Yes, a partial payment of 50% is required, with the remaining payments due prior to the cycle’s conclusion.