Three middle school boys Making a Positive Difference in Community

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We learn, we teach, we mentor, and we serve community

News & Events

Recent news and publications about the Team AIRO

2017May

JHU Robo Challenge 2017

Team AIRO competed for all 5 categories at John Hopkins University (JHU) Robotics Competition 2017 to win all 5 First Prizes!

2017Apr

STEM Sport Rubik's Cube

Around 65 students learn easy, youngster-friendly algorithm compiled by Team AIRO to solve Rubik's Cube

2017Feb

NJPTA Reflection Awards

STEM To STEAM: Using programming skill to become NJ State "Film Production" Winners for 2016-2017 PTA Reflections

2017Feb

Davidson Institute Recognization

New Providence 7th grader Om Desai & his friends are recognized by Davidson Institute of G&T for community service

2016Dec

Winning YMCA Shark Tank

Team AIRO won first prize in the Shark Tank Middle School Edition Grand Finale December 2016.

2016Nov

JerseySTEM Collaboration

Art of Programming Using Scratch 2 and First LEGO League Jr.

2016Apr

JHU Robo Challenge 2016

The Team AIRO won 3 first prizes in robotics compeitions at JHU Robo Challege

2016Feb

AMC8 Gold Certificate

"Mathletes" Gather for American Mathematics Awards. Team AIRO won AMC8 gold certificate.

Photo Gallary

  • Code Reveiw @ JHU Robo Challenge - 2016

  • Scratch Programming Class - 2016

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  • Scratch Programming Class Ceremony - 2016

  • JHU Robo Challege Prize Ceremony - 2016

  • YMCA Shark Tank - 2017

  • YMCA Shark Tank First Prize - 2017

  • Celebrating the Success - 2016

  • Scratch Programming Class - 2016

  • Scratch Programming Class Ceremony - 2016

  • Scratch Programming Class - 2017

  • Scratch Programming Class - 2017

  • Scratch Programming Class - 2017

  • Scratch Programming Class - 2017

  • Scratch Programming Class - 2017

  • YMCA Shark Tank - 2017

Recent Programs

Register to upcoming programs and read more about current ongoing and previous programs.

July2017

Learn Algorithm to solve Rubik's Cube

Date & Time: TBD

Solving Rubik's cube is not easy. Knowing algorithm makes it easier. Learn how you can follow an easier algorithm step-by-step in 2 hours session that might lead you to become eventually pro in solving Rubik's cube in future!

7thMay

Fundamentals of Mobile App Development

Timing: 9:00 am to 12:00 pm

Unique class, taught by fellow role model teenagers, for kids grade 2 and above who already have some programming experience. Using MIT App Inventor students will design and program their own app and will be able to publish them in the Amazon App Store.

6thMay

Learn Algorithm to solve Rubik's Cube

Timing: 5:30 pm to 7:15 pm

Solving Rubik's cube is not easy. Knowing algorithm makes it easier. Learn how you can follow an easier algorithm step-by-step in 2 hours session that might lead you to become eventually pro in solving Rubik's cube in future!

1stApr

Learn Algorithm to solve Rubik's Cube

Timing: 9:00 am to 11:00 pm

Solving Rubik's cube is not easy. Knowing algorithm makes it easier. Learn how you can follow an easier algorithm step-by-step in 2 hours session that might lead you to become eventually pro in solving Rubik's cube in future!

Testimonies

  • I think this program helps children to have the courage to implement their vision, solve problems and team build. All qualities they will need in the 21st Century. Fritz Archer (Father). I get to make a game and I always wanted to do that. Hans (Student)

    Fritz Archer (Father)

  • JerseySTEM promotes learning by having older kids teaching younger kids, making it truly collaborative fun learning experience.

    Mike Murphy (Father)

  • It’s great that our kids’ love for playing with Legos can be used to encourage interest in STEM. I am pleasantly surprised each week to see how the parent coaches and young teachers/mentors are thoughtful in providing opportunities for students to learn leadership, team collaboration, and problem solving skills.

    Andy Wang (Father)

  • The Scratch Class is great for learning basic programming and problem solving. Alex can make games and he says “this is fun!”. Rob Bresalier (Father). I like coding better than Legos. Alex (Student)

    Rob Bresalier (Father)

  • It provided a great opportunity to ignite children’s imagination. I feel this program was able to grab children’s minds with the possibilities of STEM, making it a Launchpad to build a future through the education of our children. Through this program, children are able to understand their own potential and strive for higher standards. Through such education you can have fun but you can also reach your dreams and goals.

    Jhilmil Bhawnani (Mother)

  • At first I thought the kids would not want to sit down and learn... but I was wrong, we can't get them to stop programming at the end of class. They love the subject, they love the idea of creating a program that's similar to the games they have been playing. And the student peer teachers imprint on the kids that programming is awesome and not just a boy thing!. Virginie Aris (Mother). I like inventing new games and having fun. Amelie (Student)

    Virginie Aris (Mother)

  • So proud of Anaya, Nitya, Anand, Amelie and Saniya! Thank you team AIRO for taking us all through this wonderful experience.

    Smita Deshpande
    (Coach FLL Jr 2016)

  • Diya loves the Scratch Programming class wonderfully taught by the young girls Siddhi & Lisa and ably assisted by Om/Gyan/Sid who are not that much older than Diya. She is highly motivated by the concepts and spends a good bit of time with it having fun creating and animating her Warrior Princess story. Great job by all involved, including parents. Nandu (Father). It’s really fun when your program works. Diya (Student)

    Nandu (Father)

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