INFINI D Learning provides students with the opportunity to creatively apply what they learn in the classroom. Through game-like simulation modules, engaging team missions, and immersive environments, each students’ mastery of classroom instruction is put to the test in a variety of subject areas with innovative technical and social skill training. The INFINI D Lab keeps teachers involved in the learning process, allows them to teach their own lessons, and brings the subject matter to life. This is STEM learning at its best!
Every class in grades 1-6 will have several opportunities to participate in InfiniD flights during the school year. In addition, students going into grades 3-8 who want an exciting enrichment challenge can register for a four-day summer flight camp.
Sessions available by grade level. Students can choose a session to come every day Monday-Thursday at the following times:
What is LEGO MINDSTORM TEAM? It is an amazing way for students to learn STEM concepts such as problem solving, teamwork, communication, computer programming/coding, and engineering. They will build a robot out of Lego kits that can then be programmed to move autonomously through a maze or in a battle.
The cost is $80 per individual. Students will be paired into teams to work together on one robot. They are welcome to choose their partner when registering or we will pair them up with students as needed. We have a very new program so there are few spots available. Only the first 14 students from each grade will be able to participate at this time, but others can be put onto a waiting list in case a spot opens up. Registration information will be sent home when it is available.
All teams will meet twice a week in March-April and every day the first week of May to prepare for the Utah Elementary Robotics Competition held at Lagoon in conjunction with the USU Physics Day on TBA. There will also be a family night in early May to allow students to show what they have learned and try out their robots before the final competition.
STEM/Technology club applications now available in the library. The STEM club will work with robotics, math, technology and engineering. 4th -6th grade students only. Maximum capacity will be 30 students. There will be a $30 per student tuition.
The purpose of this club is to help students understand the fundamental concepts of technology operations, demonstrate the ability to choose, use and troubleshoot current technologies and are able to transfer their knowledge to explore emerging technologies.
If you have questions, please call Mrs. Burningham in the library at 801-402-1360