Junior Cyber Discovery is a week-long day camp for middle school students that includes an extensive professional development component for teachers and a dynamic, hands-on curriculum for students. Students are taught STEM concepts in artificial intelligence and virtual reality. Students build and program robots and design key parts on computer aided design (CAD) stations. To help students understand the impact of technology on their daily lives, they also participate in interactive discussions, perform skits, write creative essays, and give formal presentations on technology-related topics. Learn more about Junior Cyber Discovery by reading the abstract published by ASEE.
Students learn to program robots and work as a team.
A student tests the robot program he created for the final competition.
Students compete in the cyber challenge on the last day of camp.