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Mini Courses
SEE has a mini-course coming up!

Creative Computing Challenge

Design and Build Mobile Apps using MIT App inventor!

Saturdays March 24 through April 14, 2018
10am - 12pm
For Students in grades 7 to 12 who meet the prerequisites.

In this program, students will learn the basics of MIT App Inventor and how to design and their very own app that can be used on a tablet or mobile android device. This is an introductory program for students who have little or no coding experience. Both computer based and program design elements are introduced.

Prerequisites: Students must be comfortable navigating on a computer, finding, downloading, saving, and uploading files and have access to a Gmail account to share files.

This program is being offered as part of the STEM Docent program of the UNH Cooperative Extension and will be conducted by a trained STEM Docent.

The cost is $90 per child ($80 for SEE members).
This Mini-course is limited to 10 participants.

Please call 669-0400 to register.

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This summer we will be offering:

Stop Motion Animation

July 30- Aug 3, 2018
9:30am - 2:00pm
Ages 8 to 12

Students will create a 2 to 3 minute "Invention and Discovery" film using LEGO® bricks and minifigures. Students will work in groups of 3 to 4 depending on class size to create a short stop motion animation film. Groups begin by storyboarding and writing their story on the first day while we discuss the process and expectations. Day two is dedicated primarily to finalizing the story and set design. The final 3 days are for filming and editing. Each student will get to sit as the director, computer operator and movement coordinator.

The cost is $275 per child ($250 for SEE members)
Each session is limited to 12 participants.
Print Registration Form Here.


Mini-Courses and workshops are classes with one or more sessions which allow students an opportunity to learn about one particular topic in more depth. Mini-courses and workshops always include hands-on activities. Mini-Courses are especially popular with home-school students. Please sign up for email newsletters on our home page to get advance notice of future programs.

mini-course participants


Past topics include:
Introduction to Physics
Introduction to Chemistry
Forensic Science
Slimy Science
LEGO® Gravity Racers
LEGO® Zip Line
LEGO® Simple and motorized machines
LEGO® Bridges
LEGO® Stop Motion Animation
LEGO® Towers
LEGO® Bricktionary
LEGO® Simple Machines to Remote Control
Pump it up: Cardiology for Kids
Brain Storm: Discover the mysteries of the Human Brain