Category Archives: Programming
Charlie J. has created a mobile phone charger out of an Altoids can. Why? Because he could! 🙂
Whether they knew it or not, the boys at Fessenden were putting together a familiar scene….
Upper school students experiment with different ways of creating music with Makey Makey:
6th grader Rohan S. recently presented to the Middle School regarding his participation in the 2013 First LEGO League competition. Congratulations to Rohan and the Lexington LEGO Heads on their impressive victory!
Middle School boys are really enjoying the robotics unit in 6th Grade Science. Stay tuned for competition footage coming soon!
Griffin is working hard to put together a programmable prosthetic finger. His Q.E.D. is to eventually create an entire programmable arm, including a hand and five fingers. Griffin’s question is, “Can I create a fully functional robotic arm?” In order … Continue reading
The Robotics Challenge in sixth grade science came to end today with the competitions in both the excavator and race track challenges. The boys did a great job building and programming some very slick robots. The video below features the … Continue reading
Fessenden started a program called Q.E.D. in 2012 that provides an opportunity for our students to explore innovative learning based on their own passions, interests, and talents. During this endeavor, boys will practice creativity grounded in purpose and the iterative, … Continue reading