570 ROBOTICS CAMP
SAFE. ORGANIZED. AFFORDABLE. FUN.
WHAT IS 570 ROBOTICS CAMP ALL ABOUT?
The 570 Robotics Camp will use STEM principles to introduce and inspire our leaders of tomorrow with the amazing potential of robotics. Your child will work in a team where they will construct a robot and compete against other teams in the camp. The 570 Robotics Camp not only encompasses all four pillars of STEM education, but also encourages important real-world skills like teamwork, communication, and project-based hands-on learning.
WHO IS THIS CAMP FOR?
The 570 Robotics Camp is for students going into 5th-9th grade.
OUR CONNECTION WITH ST. LUKE'S
570 robotics camp will be held at
St. Luke's Hospital: Monroe Campus. Through our fantastic partnership with St. Luke's Hospital: Monroe Campus, your child will get the opportunity to meet special guests from the outstanding St. Luke's medical team. These amazing professionals will be able to explain to your camper how technology and robotics are used everyday to improve and save lives in the very building they are learning in!
Dr. Adam Sadler: Orthopedic Surgeon
Campers will also have the opportunity to meet St.Luke's outstanding Orthopedic Surgeon Dr. Adam Sadler. Dr. Sadler will speak at our camp highlighting the importance of implementing technology in medicine.
WHAT WILL WE DO AT ROBOTICS CAMP?
Campers will be walked through the engineering design process to build a mobile robot. Once complete, their robot will engage in sport-like games to complete tasks in real-world scenarios. Students will explore robot movement using a remote control. During this process they will learn key STEM principles and robotics concepts. During the camp, campers will utilize the robot their team built to complete assigned challenges. The camp will culminate in a competitive Robotics Tournament.
570 ROBOTICS ADVISOR: DUKE LAZOWSKI
Duke Lazowski has been teaching Technology Education STEM classes for the East Stroudsburg Area school district since 1997. In addition to teaching, Coach Lazowski is a high school and middle school advisor for the Technology Education STEM club. His students have participated in TSA (Technology Student Association), SeaPerch, and Vex robotics competitions. As the Lehman Intermediate School technology education STEM club advisor his students have placed top 10 in the Greater Philadelphia SeaPerch Challenge since 2013. They were crowned the overall champions in 2013, placed 2nd in 2016, and 4th in 2017. His TSA (Technology Student Association) students have placed 1st in the Robotics event in 2015, 2016, and 2017. Coach Lazowski earned a BA in Elementary Education from King’s College Pa, a BS in Technological Studies from The College of New Jersey, and a Masters of Education in Instructional Technology from East Stroudsburg University. He also earned a CS-STEM Network Instructor Certificate from the Robotics Academy at Carnegie Mellon University. Coach Lazowski is currently a Technology Education teacher at Lehman and JTL Intermediate School.