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Circuit Lab Electronics Programs

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Circuit Lab runs hands-on learning programs to teach children about circuitry (electrical engineering) and programming (computer science). Circuit Lab after-school and summer programs are offered in many locations around Boston, and they can travel to any site to run a series of classes for homeschool groups. These classes give kids the opportunity to learn essential modern-world skills in a creative setting where they have access to leading-edge electronics prototyping equipment.

Students work both independently and in teams on a variety of hands-on projects during a Circuit Lab program. They explore new concepts each day, with a cumulative curriculum that builds to more advanced projects. In the course of a typical program, students will create projects like interactive flashlights, digital musical instruments, self-designed computer games, and robotic cars.

Resources: Academic enrichment (academic classes, tutoring, testing, etc.)
Area served:Greater Boston Area
State(s):Massachusetts, Rhode Island

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