Cours d'été 2023
Summer Class 2023
About the organizer:
Zone01 Robotics is the largest Robotic STEM organization in Canada. Zone01 is supporting schools and clubs coast to coast since 2007. All instructing at Zone01ORC robotics club is organized by Zone01 Robotic.
Zone01ORC Robotics club started in 2018. The goal is to promote robotics education in the regions where are not enough schools participating in educational robotic activities. Zone01ORC Robotics Club has campus in Brossard, Saint Laurent Montreal, North York Toronto and Aurora, Ontario.
Zone01, the largest robotic organizer in Canada
General information about the summer class.
B108 7900 Boul. Taschereau, Brossard, J4X 1C2
Daily 8:30 to 16:30
July 10 to 14
July 17 to 21
July 24 to 28
August 14 to 18 (Competition national final teams & New robotic students )
August 21 to 25 (Competition national final teams & New robotic students )
Introduction class for non-experienced learners ( 6-12 years old)
Project/Competition challenge based class for experienced learners (9-16 years old)
Junior engineering design exploration class (10-12 years old)
Senior engineering design class (13-17 years old)
6 to 10 per instructor
français & English
CAD 280 (for week of July 4-7)
Addtional cost for engineer squad class
Junior--Material cost: CAD 20-50 per project
Senior--Material cost:40-200 depends on the project chosen
Register by Week
Language evaluation for non native speakers
Skill evaluation for experienced learners
Interview maybe required for learners younger than 9 years old (inclusive)
Can choose robotic class only, engineering class only or Half-Half
Things to bring
Lunch & water only
2 x Snacks
Pencil & paper/notebook
Protective glove (engineer squad)
Safety goggles (engineer squad)
Robotic class: Sample weekly schedule
Robotic Classes for new students
What we do:
Introduction to robotics using Lego platform. Students will learn how to build and eventually design certain mechanical structures for specific task such as lifting objects, and they will learn how to program to control the mechanical structure and navigate the robot. Multiple sensors will be used to create basic AI ability for the robot in more advanced classes.
Material (provided during the class):
Wedo 2.0: 6-9 years old
Spike Prime: 9-14 years old
Scratch & Mindstorm
Robotic Classes for experienced students
What we do:
Students will be working in a group in a project based format. instructing will be focusing on advanced coding logic and structural design of the robot. Projects may be selected from previous Zone01 Challenge or challenges from 2023. Students who is willing to join the national team of Canada for 2023 WRO international final maybe selected.
Spike Prime or EV3
Students are asked to purchase their own materials for competition.
Engineering class: Sample weekly schedule
Engineer Squad Junior
Introduction to basic engineering design.
How to measure an object
Prospective & 3-dimentional
Doing basic research online
Collecting and looking for materials
Engineer Squad Senior
Introduction to engineering design.
Coordinate system, Prospective & 3-dimentional
3D CAD engineering design
Metric and imperial system
Research with google
New members of Club engineer squad team maybe selected